Outlook: Follow up on Action Item alerts

February 2, 2023 Categorized in: Outlook

You have probably noticed Action Item alerts pop up in Outlook, but did you know that you can schedule a reminder to revisit later?

3 ways categories ease your Outlook processes

October 5, 2022 Categorized in: Outlook

Using categories for Outlook email triage, calendar management and tasks.

Change your view in Outlook

October 5, 2022 Categorized in: Outlook

Q. Can I simplify my inbox so I don’t miss anything?

Where are my emails going?

July 6, 2022 Categorized in: OutlookThe Office Tech Pro

Q. I see an email when I search, but it doesn’t appear in my inbox. How can I tell where these are going?
Exporting Google Calendar data, and your own and others’ Outlook calendar data.
Q. Other than marking particular senders with Block Sender in the junk mail settings, is there an easy way to get rid of a lot of junk mail all at once from anyone using that domain?
You may know the annoyance of typing (c) and getting ©. Whether this happens in Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Outlook, you can fix this in one place and have it work everywhere.
A new way to use Favorites … Quick Steps: Beyond Move to Folder … Give templates a try

Use OneNote for calls to action

November 3, 2021 Categorized in: Outlook

If you’ve got OneNote Windows 10 or OneNote Desktop (2016), you should see a OneNote icon in Outlook, on the Home tab, in the Move group in the ribbon. Click it to select the notebook, section and page on which you want it to appear.

Managing Outlook for an executive

October 6, 2021 Categorized in: Outlook

How can I keep people from scheduling directly on my executive’s calendar? … How can I keep my executive’s email messages pinned to the top of my list?

3 quick tips for Outlook users

February 3, 2021 Categorized in: Outlook

Staying on track with email … Goal-minding with Tasks … Creating contacts from email
Instead of using signatures to create email “templates” in Outlook, use Quick Steps.

Getting calendar data to talk using Export

September 8, 2020 Categorized in: Outlook

Getting control of your precious time begins with understanding how you’re using it now. If you are a G Suite user, you have the ability to take the actual data associated with meetings and appointments and bring it into Sheets (or Excel) to assess it.