Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Organize your mail, part of Learning Outlook 2016.
- You have a few options for organizing your mail.…In this course, I'm going to go over the ones…that you'll most likely be using the most often.…The first way is to simply delete the email.…You can do that by clicking the x right there…in the message summary, or,…click Delete from the Home ribbon tab.…It's going to go into the Deleted Items folder of…whichever email account you deleted it from.…If you find that you need it back,…you can click on the Deleted Items folder,…find your email, click and hold with your mouse,…and drag it back into the folder…that you deleted it from.…
It will go right back to where it was, sorted by date.…You may also find yourself needing to be reminded…to reply to an email,…or to do another actionable item on an email.…For those, you can set Follow Up flags.…Clicking on the red flag in the summary…will set a Follow Up flag.…When you scroll through your email,…because it's bright red,…you'll quickly and easily be able to see which emails…you have a Follow Up flag on.…When you've done the action,…
Skill Level Beginner
1. Working with Email
2. Working with People
3. Working with the Calendar
4. Working with Outlook Data
Create a mail signature file2m 28s
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