Video by BrianCh
Added Aug 11, 2018

Author BrianCh
2018
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This is a short tutorial about adding favorite posts and trainings to folders for future access.

Please let me know if you have any questions that I have forgotten to address or that I can answer for you.

Brian

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JKulk1 Premium
Hi Brian. Thank you for your informative post. I've been saving links into word documents, which can be very time consuming. I had no idea this function was available. Jim
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BrianCh Premium
Hi JIm, I'm so glad this tutorial has been able to help you. It's very easy to do this as I hope I was able to show. If you do have a problem along the way let me know and I'll be happy to help you.

All the best,

Brian
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JKulk1 Premium
Thanks Brian. It never ceases to amaze me that there are so many simple tasks out there that so many of us are unaware of. It's people like you that open our eyes to them.
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BrianCh Premium
Well this was my fist little video that I made and I think I now have the courage to create a second one. I'm going to find some other handy little tips that we are not all too familiar with and I'll be sharing them. So, stay tuned.
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JKulk1 Premium
I will definitely be placing all your blogs in my favourites. now that I know how to.
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LeeMcQuay Premium
Awesome training video.
I think you covered all there is to cover.
Thank you ; )
Lee Ann
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BrianCh Premium
Hi Lee Ann, that is very kind of you. Thanks for stopping by. You were my inspiration after-all so I'm glad you like it.

Brian
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HavenJames Premium
Thanks for this, Brian.
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BrianCh Premium
Thanks, Haven. I hope you are able to put it to good use.

Keep well.

Brian
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HavenJames Premium
I certainly will.
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Felini Premium
Oh, that's an awesome piece of information! Thanks a lot Brian!
I didn't know that.

Also nicely done tutorial - well explained. Good to watch :)

Inspired to try my hands on voice tutorials as well now.

What microphone and video capture software are you using?

Benita
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BrianCh Premium
Hi Benita, so nice of you to take a few minutes to follow along. I took up a challenge to create a video which I've been busy with for a few days.

I am using Screencast-O-Matic which I quite enjoy. It's not very difficult to work and there are some nice features available.

I'll PM you a link if you're interested.

Brian
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SteveCrozza Premium
Very handy to know. Thank you
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BrianCh Premium
Thank you Steve. I hope you will find it as useful as I have.

All the best,

Brian
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