CrossBrowserTesting Screenshots for Password Protected Pages Without a Username

November 3, 2016

We use a tool called CrossBrowserTesting here at itgroove to verify that our websites are responsive. They have a Screenshots option where the tool will crawl through your site and take screenshots of it from all your desired resolutions, devices, and browsers. It’s pretty awesome. In some scenarios, we’ve had to password protect some WordPress Read More

Excel for Beginners: Why Use It? + Tips & Tricks

October 17, 2016

This blog post is aimed at Microsoft Excel beginners, and will leave you feeling confident about what Excel is used for, with a few tricks up your sleeve to boot. What is Microsoft Excel? Excel is a program created for spreadsheets which contain data. Data can be numbers or text. Microsoft Excel is the tool Read More

7 of my Current Favourite Websites

August 30, 2016

Hey there! It’s been a little while since I’ve blogged. If you want to know where to find me when I’m not here, you should check out my Twitter as well as the videos I’ve recorded on the itgroove Vimeo channel and the Gallery. To clear the writer’s block and get back into personal blogging, Read More

How To: Dramatically Shrink Your PDF File Size – Without Sacrificing Quality

August 5, 2016

The Problem: Large PDF Files Sometimes, you have large PDF files that you have to upload or send. Whether it’s an art portfolio, an RFP, a corporate profile, or something else – you’ve gotta send it. These files can be rich with images and design, which makes them exceed the maximum recommended email attachment size Read More

About the Gallery

July 12, 2016

We’re all buzzing about the Gallery at itgroove. It’s a project we’ve been working on quietly behind the scenes for a long time – before I even started my role here. Projects like these really highlight the strength in having a diverse team – while some of us are more about words and design, others Read More

Flash Fill in Excel

June 14, 2016

Here’s an Office 365 Byte requested by Sean. To be honest, I am not someone who uses Excel regularly, but these Bytes are just as much to expand my knowledge as they are to expand yours! Flash Fill seems like a huge time-saver, and I love that it is “on” by default.

June 2016 Newsletter

June 10, 2016

Last month was a busy month! We were hit with some great news from Microsoft – they opened two Canadian datacentres. Kelly attended Social Media Camp. Of course, we continue to highlight our great clients and the services we provide. Creating and updating WordPress websites has been a good chunk of my role since I Read More

App: Office Lens

June 6, 2016

The other day I was snapping pics of a document to put in our OneNote, and our team lead Alec suggested I use Microsoft’s Office Lens app. As soon as I used it, I wondered how I ever lived without it. The app is basically a “scanner” for your documents, business cards, and whiteboards. My Read More

Reserve Your Copy of Windows 10

May 24, 2016

We stumbled upon How To Geek’s post on how to get Windows 10 for free after the complimentary upgrade period ends on July 29th. We thought it would be great to get the message out to our friends and clients. Essentially, if you don’t want Windows 10 just yet, you can still “reserve” a copy Read More

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