In this Outlook training video, we’ll show you how to get Loop components working in your emails. If Loop isn’t working, you may see the Loop icon in the ribbon while creating a new Mail, but it will be greyed out. To get it working, you’ll need a Microsoft Business account.
What is Microsoft Loop?
Loop is much like OneNote, but you also have the ability to create components, such as tables and lists, which you can share across multiple Microsoft applications. In Outlook, you can create Loop components and email them to your team, allowing near instant collaboration on whatever component you decide create.
When inserting an image into a cell in Excel, you can usually go to “Pictures” > “Place in cell” in the “Insert” tab. However, when you paste an image into Excel, the image will float above the cells, and it won’t be positioned inside. To resolve that problem, we can use the “Move and size with cells” option. In this Excel training video, we’ll show you how to do that.
If you can’t stop syncing a folder in OneDrive, you may see an error such as this: “The folder you tried to unselect is the Windows Document folder, which is an important folder in Windows and is currently pointed to OneDrive.” In this OneDrive training video, we’ll show you how to resolve the problem by switching off the backup.
In this Microsoft Word training video, we’ll show you how to overcome the “not enough memory or disk space” error. The full error reads as follows: “There is not enough memory or disk space to complete the operation,” and you may also see error code 200797. If so, these fixes can help resolve the problem:
In this Microsoft 365 training video, we’ll show you how to overcome the “Conflict with Cloud Update” error. This error is often found while trying to install or reinstall Microsoft 365 applications. To resolve this problem, you’ll need to remove the “Cloud” key in Registry Editor, and we’ll show you how to do that in this video.
Full Error message: Conflict with Cloud Update. The product can’t be installed on the selected channel due to the conflict with Cloud Update.
How to DISABLE the Mandatory Microsoft Authenticator
In this Microsoft 365 training video, we’ll show you how to disable the mandatory Microsoft Authenticator app. Preventing the default or mandatory authenticator will give your users more flexbility to choose alternative types of multifactor authentication (MFA).
What is the Microsoft Authenticator?
Microsoft Authenticator is a mobile app developed by Microsoft that provides a two-step verification (2SV) or two-factor authentication (2FA) mechanism for securing online accounts. Its primary purpose is to enhance the security of your Microsoft accounts and other compatible third-party accounts.
When enabled, this security feature requires users to provide two forms of identification before gaining access to an account. In addition to entering your password, you’ll need to verify your identity using the Microsoft Authenticator app.
Time-Based One-Time Passwords (TOTP)
Microsoft Authenticator often uses time-based codes generated within the app. These codes are valid for a short period and continuously change, providing an additional layer of security. You input these codes along with your regular password during the login process.
In addition to generating codes, the app can send push notifications to your mobile device. When you attempt to log in, you receive a notification asking you to approve or deny the login attempt. This is a more user-friendly alternative to manually entering codes.
Microsoft Authenticator may also play a role in the account recovery process, helping you regain access to your account if you ever lose your password or face other issues.