In this video, learn how to work with the People view in Outlook and how it's a great way to find emails from a particular person.
- [Instructor] There's a few ways that you can use contacts on the iPad, depending how it's set up on your device. The first way is to add your entire Outlook account as an account on the iPad. Let's head over to Settings on the iPad. On the left-hand side, tap Passwords and Accounts. You may have your account set up in here. Here's my Office 365 account. You'll notice that Contacts is toggled on, so my contacts are going to sync down to the iPad. It is important to note that any changes that I make to my contacts here are not going to sync back up to whatever version of Outlook I use on a desktop or on the web. If you want to add this, you can tap Add Account down at the bottom, and choose. For Office 365, you'd want to tap Exchange. Here's my contact. This was pulled down directly from my Outlook client. It even has Devon's picture here. All right, I'm going to head back to the Outlook client now because there's something else I want to show you. Another way that you can access your contacts. Let's tap the magnifying glass down at the bottom of the screen. You'll notice an area in here that says Contacts. All the way on the right-hand side, I can tap See All for contacts. Here's where I can see them, and if I tap on a contact, I can see every email and all my correspondence for that contact. This is a great feature. I can also tap Edit Contact to edit it directly from here. I'll tap Cancel. I'll also tap the back arrow at the top left-hand side of the screen, and then, I'll tap it one more time. You can create contacts directly in Outlook. I'll tap Create on the right-hand side. Here's where I can put in as much or as little as I want to about that contact. I can tap the green plus sign to add multiple types of phone numbers or email addresses for that contact. I can scroll down and you can see all the information that you can put in. I'll tap Cancel again, and the last thing I want to do is address an email. Let's tap the email icon on the bottom of the screen, and now, I'll tap the square with a pencil icon at the top to create a new message. All I have to do is type in a few characters and it's automatically going to pull up what it thinks I might want to be looking for. I can tap Devon's name, and it populates.
- Installing Office on an iOS device
- Creating documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
- Inserting pictures and charts
- Formatting text
- Working with Outlook email and calendar
- Taking notes from anywhere with OneNote for iOS
- Communicating with Teams
- Collaborating in Office for iPad and iPhone