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Save time

Your time is important. With a Windows 10 PC and Microsoft 365, using features like Windows Hello, Timeline, cloud clipboard, search, and MyAnalytics will help you save time so you can be your most productive.

Understand how you spend your time with MyAnalytics

Screenshot of the MyAnalytics dashboard

To open your MyAnalytics Dashboard:

  1. In Outlook, open an email.

  2. Select MyAnalytics.

  3. Select the bar graph to open your time summary.

Want more?

MyAnalytics personal dashboard

Use your face to sign in

If your PC supports Windows Hello:

  1. Select Start > Settings.

  2. Select Accounts > Sign-in options.

  3. Select Set up under Face Recognition.

Want more?

What is Windows Hello?

Get back to your work

  1. Select Task View or press Windows + Tab.

  2. Select a previous activity.

    Or, use search to find what you want.

  3. Go to Settings > Privacy > Activity history to turn on Timeline syncing across devices.

Want more?

Check out more tips on Timeline

Sync your clipboard

  1. Search for Clipboard settings.

  2. Turn on Clipboard history and Sync across devices.

  3. Copy the text you want.

  4. Switch devices and press Windows + V.

  5. Select the text you want to paste.

Want more?

Learn more about cloud clipboard

Find your stuff in Windows

Search in Windows 10
  1. Select the start menu.

  2. Start typing.

Searching in Windows 10 lets you quickly find apps, files, and settings. You can even search the web if you don't find what you want.

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Search for anything, anywhere

Sign and send contracts

If your device supports touch or pen:

  1. Open the file you want to sign, like a PDF.

  2. Depending on the app it opens in, look for an option called Draw or Add notes. If you're using a Surface, try writing on the screen with the pen.

  3. Save the changes and email it or share it with OneDrive.

Want more?

Buy Surface Pen from the Microsoft Store

Learn how to draw and write with ink in Office

Tips on using your Surface Pen

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