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MTC Weekly Roundup – February 17

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Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you all have had a wonderful February so far.


Let’s take a look at what’s been happening in the MTC this week!


MTC Moments of the Week


To kick things off, we’re shining our MTC Member of the Week spotlight this week on ! Bernie is a Senior Member of the MTC who’ll be celebrating 5 years with us in April, and we appreciate you for your valuable contributions to the community!


Next, over in Events, we had our February Windows Office Hours, which takes place every third Thursday of the month. These Office Hours are a great opportunity to interact with Windows experts - like , , , , , , and  - to get answers to your questions about adopting Windows 11, learn best practices on keeping devices up to date effectively, and more. So make sure to mark your calendars for March’s Windows Office Hours session on March 16, 2023, from 08:00 AM - 09:00 AM (PDT)!


Lastly, over on the blogs this week, SharePoint announced the introduction of the Playlists feature in Microsoft 365. Check out the article by  to learn how to create a playlist of audio and video files directly from Stream or via Lists creation across Office, SharePoint and Lists.


Unanswered Questions - Can you help them out?


Every week, users come to the MTC seeking guidance or technical support for their Microsoft solutions, and we want to help highlight a few of these each week in the hopes of getting these questions answered by our amazing community!


In the Teams forum,  is using Tasks by Planner in Teams to organize tasks and encountered an issue with task buckets not displaying correctly. Any ideas how to make them appear?


Meanwhile, over in the Excel forum,  needs guidance on configuring a dashboard for three tables of data.


Upcoming Events - Mark Your Calendars!





For this week’s fun fact…



Did you know that dolphins are scientifically classified as part of the whale family? Yep! There are two types of whales in the world – baleen whales and toothed whales. Baleen whales like humpback and blue whales have fibrous ‘baleen’ plates instead of teeth to consume things like krill and plankton, while toothed whales like orcas and belugas have teeth to help them consume larger prey like fish and squid. And dolphins fall into the toothed category – the more you know!


And with that, have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

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