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You know sometimes when you're scheduling meetings with others; you need to take into consideration what the weather might be. Are they going to be able to make it to your location? Well, in Outlook 2013 in the calendar view, you do have access to the Weather for various locations. We're going to take a look at it now by going over to our folder pane here on the left-hand side and click the calendar icon. If your navigation pane is expanded, you'll find the calendar icon at the bottom of your Outlook Window. Now, from here right away you're going to see your Current Location, just up next to the Month and Year, you'll see a location showing you a couple of days worth of weather, and you can just hover over those to get a little extra information.
Want to see more? You can do so online by clicking a link to See more online. It'll open up your default browser and display some weather information. Well, we do see updated information anyway here for a couple of days at least on our calendar. What we can also do though is add additional locations. So maybe we have offices in two locations, click the dropdown next to your location and click Add Location. Now all you have to do is type in the location you want to add. So I'm going to click in the search field here and type in New York, NY and press Enter on my keyboard.
Now I get to choose one, it could be Central Park or New York, NY, I'm going to go with New York, NY, give it a click and now I'm looking at that weather information, click the dropdown to switch back to my location, and again, you can add as many locations as you like. Just a neat little perk here in the Calendar view in Outlook 2013, for monitoring the weather if necessary.
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