Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Streamlining your inbox with Clutter, part of Office 2016 New Features.
- It's time to shift our focus over to Outlook 2016…which brings some welcome changes…including one of my favorite new features.…It's called Clutter.…Now, those messages that you receive…that you only read occasionally might…be considered low priority can automatically…be sent to their own folder called…Clutter if you enable this feature.…Now, to use it, you need to be on an Exchange Server…for one, and you need to access the…Outlook web app to enable it from there.…
So you can see I'm here in Outlook…a few minor adjustments to the user interface…like the colorful theme that we see at the top,…that shade of blue representing Outlook.…You'll notice over here on the left-hand side,…looking at My Account under Inbox I do have a clutter folder…Now, you may not have that.…It has to be enabled, as I said, from the Outlook web app.…So I'm going to switch to my browser, where I'm…running Office 365, looking at Outlook and…I'm going to go over here to the…top right-hand corner to access Settings.…
Give that cog icon a click to open up…
Skill Level Intermediate
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