After you have turned on the computer, gotten a cup of coffee, what should you do next?
See Who’s Trying to Contact Directly
First of all, check your Peoplebecause if there is something that someone wants to talk to you about, they most likely reach out directly to you.
Check your @mentions
I amto share with you a collection of comments that people have said to me since I left the office.
In the event that people mention you directly, they might have something specific to tell you, or they might have a question for you about something specific.
By filtering your spaces, you can only see the ones that you are most interested in. It’s important that you keep up with any new messages that you’ve missed in order to make sure that you’re up-to-date on everything you’ve missed in these places as they’re where you do most of your work and communicate. Once you have caught up with the content, you can flag any content you need to revisit.
Plan for the Day Ahead
Check your schedule to see what you have scheduled so that you can plan your availability for theby taking a quick look at your scheduled meetings and getting a quick overview of what you have scheduled.
Catch up on
In some cases, you might want to read through unread messages in your lessspace if your schedule allows you to do so. Depending on how much noise you find, you might want to check if there are any words, phrases, or people that you to know about.
Keep up with
It is very easy for you to find what you and your boss were discussing yesterday if you type the name of your boss into the search box. You can help contribute to the work your boss is doing by knowing what his or her priorities are.
Be of the Team
See what has beenon in your Teams while you have been offline by taking a look at your Teams. The purpose of this tool is to help you keep up to date with recent make sure you are familiar with any files or documents that may have been added to projects.
With all the information you have from the people around you, the conversations and updates you might have missed, the meetings you have scheduled, what your boss thinks is essential, and the tasks you have to complete – now it’s time for you to get started!