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Enjoying your vacation? How can you, when you have that nagging urge to check your email, and the added anxiety of returning to a mountain of email upon your return?
Arianna Huffington’s wellness company, Thrive Global, adopted a simple solution: During the time an employee is on vacation, new emails are deleted and the sender is urged to callback later.
“Thank you for your email. I am out of the office … please email me again when I return as this email will be deleted“
Their tool, Thrive Away, takes the pressure off employees to respond to the emails received during vacation. But you don’t need to work at Thrive to employ this strategy. Here are instructions on how to set up your own Delete-and-Reply Vacation AutoResponder using Outlook.
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iOS 11, released in BETA in June, promises many cool features for Mac fans to crow about. Including:
Click below to see quick video playlist highlighting 6 new enhancements.
“Roads? We don’t need roads!”
On the drawing board, this two-seater Vertical Take-off & Landing craft boasts an all‑electric twin engine propulsion system, a 19 foot wingspan, and a range of 120 miles on a single charge.
what, no gull-wing doors?
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Some of my fave Excel Date Functions. Some old, some new; all designed to help track the passage of time.
returns the last day of the month
|EOMONTH ( start_date , month )|
returns the date x number of months before/after a given date
|EDATE ( start_date , months )|
calculates the number of working days
(see also NETWORKDAYS.INTL)
|NETWORKDAYS ( start_date , end_date , [holidays] )|
returns the current date
returns serial number for a given week
|WEEKNUM ( date , [week_start] )|
calculates the next valid work day
(see also WORKDAY.INTL)
|WORKDAY( start_date, days, [holidays] )
returns the date as a fraction of the year
|YEARFRAC ( start_date , end_date , [basis])|
Comments and questions are always welcome!