Conversation view


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Conversation view

In the previous video, I discussed customizing the Sort, Filter, and Group features of our Inbox. Up next is a brand-new setting for Inbox customization called Conversation view. A conversation, or thread, is the collection of e-mails that are all based off each other. When you and your coworkers keep hitting reply to each other, you're creating a conversation. Outlook has a special way to display conversations so you can glance through the entire thread when needed. I'll show you how to do this.

When viewing our Inbox, I'll switch to the View tab of the Ribbon, and enable Show as Conversations. Outlook asks us if we want to enable this feature for all folders, or just the current one. I'll choose just this folder. With Conversation mode turned on, little arrows appear next to the messages that Outlook detects are part of a conversation. If I click the arrow, previous messages in the thread are displayed, and I can easily review them.

This can be great when you need to go bac...

Conversation view
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Conversation view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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