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Focustivity - Issue #1

Eric Gregorich
Eric Gregorich
Hi there! I’m Eric Gregorich. You’re receiving this email because you subscribed to Focustivity, my weekly newsletter. 
I’m sharing what I learn while building applications that help businesses and people be more productive. 
#M365 #PowerPlatform #Productivity #ToolsForThought.

For the past few months, I’ve been exploring writing online. I’ve completed the Ship 30 For 30 digital writing course. While I did not publish (or write) every day, I still call it a success because I’ve learned so much during the challenge.
  1. Writing and Publishing every day is not for me.
  2. Taking great notes is critical.
  3. It’s easy to lose focus and end up writing about the process.
It’s time for the next chapter:
  • You can follow me on Twitter @ericgregorich.
  • I’ll be sending this newsletter weekly. It will contain any new Essays I happen to write, top Tweets, Notes, and content that I found helpful during the week.
I’ll be writing more about building solutions on the Microsoft platform, with occasional productivity and PKM thrown in. If this is not what you signed up for, you can find the unsubscribe link at the bottom of this email.
I appreciate you sticking with me and would love any feedback or questions. You can reply to this email or DM me on Twitter.
My detailed review of the reMarkable 2 e-ink tablet
Here are a few of my most helpful tweets from this past week.
Eric Gregorich
The TL;DR: 7 tips to help you manage your browser tabs.

Use browser profiles.
Group your tabs.
Use a Read Later service.
Close tabs between sessions.
Automatically suspend your tabs.
Use different browsers for work and personal.
Use extensions to manage your tabs.
Eric Gregorich
Staring at a screen causes eye strain which can lead to permanent eye damage.

This eye strain is often called computer vision syndrome (CVS) and can cause headaches, fatigue, dry eyes, and long-term damage.

The 20-20-20 Rule is a simple technique to help reduce eye strain.
Eric Gregorich
An excellent and detailed article (as aways) by @LauraKokkarinen explains what Azure AD Access Reviews are and best practices for using them.
Below are some of the notes I’ve taken throughout the week about industry news, simple solutions, and helpful tools.
Microsoft introduces Microsoft Loop
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Eric Gregorich
Eric Gregorich @ericgregorich

Helpful resources for Software Architects, Developers, and Power Users involved in the Microsoft Platform. In addition, I throw in some personal knowledge management and productivity tips.

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