Connecting to social networks


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Connecting to social networks

Here in Outlook 2013, getting connected to your social networking sites is very easy and there are some advantages. For example, if you're able to connect to a Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn account, you'll have access to those contacts and their information, which will appear here in Outlook by default, all you need to do is get connected and here is how you do it. So, there are a number of different ways to get connected, one of them is to use the View tab across the top on the ribbon. From the View ribbon, you'll notice something called the People Pane, give that a click and you'll see some different views, right now it's Minimized across the bottom of your screen, you might be seeing some icons down below representing photos for example, and if there aren't any photos showing up in those thumbnails, it's because you're probably not connected or they don't have a photo.

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Connecting to social networks
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Connecting to social networks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Office 2013 New Features

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