Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a contact group, part of Learning Outlook 2016.
- Let's create a new contact group,…that is one unit, consisting of multiple email addresses…so that when we address an email we can only send it…to that one unit.…And a copy of the email will go to everybody…that's in that group.…To create a new contact group in your contacts from the…home ribbon tab, choose new contact group.…The first thing we need to do is give the group a name.…I'll call this one Networking Group.…Now, we need to add members to our group.…I'll click Add Members, there's three choices.…
From our Outlook Contacts, that is the contacts…that we created in the previous video,…from our companies directory or we can also create…a New Contact.…One that's not currently in our contact list.…Let's choose one to start from our Outlook Contacts.…As you can see here's the contact that we created…in our last video and these are the other people…that's already there.…I'll select that person, click Members and then click Ok.…I can additional members by selecting their name…and clicking Members again.…
If I decide I don't want a person's number in there…
Skill Level Beginner
1. Working with Email
2. Working with People
3. Working with the Calendar
4. Working with Outlook Data
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