Quick Tips Video #1 - Microsoft Edge Browser

Sasha Shevelev
Sasha Shevelev 9 March 2024

Welcome to the quick tips series, where you will learn how to use the tools you use every day more efficiently and effectively.

In this video, we will show you 5 tips for using the Microsoft Edge browser.




The tips explored in this video are:

  1. The Read aloud feature
  2. Creating a QR Code - to open web pages from your computer on your mobile device
  3. Microsoft Edge Enterprise new tab page - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/deployedge/microsoft-edge-enterprise-ntp
  4. Search tabs
  5. Split screen

Quick Tips for Microsoft Edge


Hello Sasha from Webcoda here with Five Quick


tips for the week which take a second to learn but hopefully will save you hours. So this week's tips are around the Microsoft Edge browser. I know it's not as popular as Chrome or Safari, but it's worth taking a look even for just the reasons I'm about to show you. So tip #1 so the read aloud feature. So if I go to an article on our website for a second and I click on this little read aloud


option here, a little player appears. Give it a second. Migrating your website to HubSpot boost your marketing performance.


PT1 There you go. So that's the first tip. Second tip, let's say you want to open your web page that you're looking at on your computer and you want to open it on your mobile device. So rather than texting it or messaging it to yourself, just quickly create a QR code by right clicking on the page and just scan them into your phone while you now can see the web page, Same web page on your phone. Tip #3 The new tab feature. So this one is more for the people who are more who are already in the Microsoft 365


ecosystem. If you're in that ecosystem, this is an amazing tab. You get a whole dashboard of information like upcoming events, tasks,


links to SharePoint sites, what's how, all the meeting recaps plus tonnes more tip #4. If you're also like me, you often have a million tabs open across multiple browsers and you can never find anything so very quickly. Click up here. Click search tabs. You can not only search


within tabs across all the browsers that you have opened, but even ones that you've recently closed. So I can click on an old tab, reopen, reopen it, bring it back from the dead. And my last quick one, if you've got a really wide screen in particular, I'll benefit. You can actually split the tab into, sorry, split your browser into two tabs so I can actually view side by side, which can be very handy if you want to cram as much as many screens onto 1


window as as possible. So I hope that helps you and hopefully I'll be doing more of these regularly. That's the plan, anyway.