The Clean Up tool, which deletes redundant email messages from folders and conversations, is a great way to declutter your Outlook inbox.
Editing received emails in Outlook might seem like an odd thing to do, but it actually can be useful. For example, you can add descriptive keywords to make it easier to find emails later, or annotate messages with notes. Here’s how to do it.
Instead of typing out the same types of emails over and over again, you can use an Outlook add-in to instantly insert templates with common phrases, reducing the amount of time it takes you to craft emails.
From using OneNote for project management to discovering hidden features in Word, there are tons of ways you can get more out of Office 365. Here’s a look back at this year’s most popular tips.
Add-ins are a simple way to enhance the functionality of Outlook and Word. Here are three of our favorite add-ins to help keep you organized and manage your tasks more effectively.
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Everyone has their own particular way they want to see their upcoming appointments displayed on their calendars. Here are a few ways you can customize the appearance of your calendar …
Using the @ symbol is a quick way to draw people’s attention to important things. Microsoft has rolled this handy feature into Outlook, so here’s how you can use it to get people’s attention in emails and also save time.
If you’ve ever tried to make your data line up in an Outlook email, you’ve probably spent a lot of time trying to align it without much success. An easier way to do that is by inserting a table right into a message.
Outlook offers autocomplete suggestions when you start to type in email addresses. But if an email address is no longer in use, you might want to remove these autocomplete addresses from the list so they won’t pop up anymore.