Attaching files to an email message in Outlook is a common task. Oftentimes, we forget to attach the file and don't remember until it's too late. In Outlook 2016, there is a new feature to help with that scenario. In this movie, you will know how to never forget an attachment thanks to the attachment reminder message that pops up when you forget to attach a file.
- [Voiceover] When migrating from Outlook 2013 to 2016,…there are some new features that will pop up, maybe surprise…you a little bit.…We're going to look at some of them now beginning with…a nice new feature that will remind you to attach a file…if you're saying you're attaching a file in an email message…and you've forgotten.…It's happened to everyone, you send out the message,…there's no attachment and you have to send out…a second message.…Well let's see what happens when we forget.…Let's just go up to new mail, or new email with the home…tab selected here in Outlook, should be looking at your…mailbox with the envelope selected down below.…
When you go to create a new email, you can choose who…you're sending it to, just send it to anyone you like.…Maybe one of your contacts, subject I'm gonna type in pdf…and then down below I'm going to say hi, Karen,…please review the attached file and get back to me.…Thanks, David.…And now I'm going to send this off, knowing I should be…attaching something and I just simply forgot.…
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