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Items in your Tasks list can have a reminder, or alarm, set to grab your attention when the time is right. The same is true for e-mails that you have flagged. By right-clicking a To-Do flag and choosing Add Reminder, you can specify a time and date for a reminder pop-up to appear. When specifying a date, you can either use the dropdown calendar or enter phrases, like next Monday, third Friday in June, or tomorrow, as well as typing a date specifically. When entering the time, you can abbreviate by saying things like 8a or 8.30 P.
Remember that Outlook must be running for the pop-up to appear at the time of your reminder. Your reminders will also function when accessing Outlook via the web, and may be synchronized with your mobile device, depending on its capabilities. This concludes chapter 4, leading us right into tips and tricks while working with the Calendar feature of Outlook. Let's check it out.
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