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Brave New World

“How beauteous mankind is!

O brave new world

That has such people in't!”

Got links? Four easy steps to shorten and rename any link within Microsoft Teams

Ever send a link in Microsoft Teams that was so long it took up half your screen?

Four great Teams apps that you and your team will love

Last week I made an announcement on LinkedIn about ClearPeople’s webinars and after hitting the “#” sign, two hashtags immediately popped up: #wfh and #meetings.

How to add the new Yammer Communities app in Microsoft Teams

The new Yammer experience is finally here, and has been made available by Microsoft for desktop users through the Communities app in the Teams store for free.

Cool trick to customise your background in Microsoft Teams

A few days back, Microsoft launched a new feature for Teams called Background Effects which everybody seems to be loving and using.

ClearPeople Initiatives

By ClearPeople on April 6, 2020 in Best practice

People-first is one of our key values at ClearPeople. This means that we naturally want to help in the ways we can. So even as a small company we launched a number of initiatives to benefit our team, customers and the wider community.

The ever-evolving world of QA

By Iain Stuart on March 26, 2020 in User adoption, Best practice

When I started in “Testing”, it wasn’t thought of as a value add, or even Quality Assurance, it wasn’t even thought of as a necessity, it was more of ‘let’s drop a load of code over the wall and let the testers sort it out’, let them find a few bugs, give them no time to test it and then implicitly blame them when it all goes wrong in Production. Remember that? And “Doh - you gave us two days to test when I needed to run batch jobs over several days just to prove one Critical test and I need a minimum of a month to complete my 100s of tests, no wonder it went wrong in Production!”.

Remote workshopping – How to engage and interact successfully

By Jono Hodson on March 24, 2020 in User adoption, Best practice

As we are entering a new situation where working from home is becoming more and more needed, in some instances required, collaborating remotely is essential. Undertaking administrative work from home can be simple but how do you engage with groups of people that you require input from at the same time?

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