Learn how to create meetings, appointments, and recurring meetings, even from emails that don't contain official invitations.
- [Instructor] Let's create an appointment and a meeting.…They are the same thing, with the exception…that a meeting includes other people.…There's two ways to do it.…From the e-mail screen, I can click New Items…and then choose Appointment or Meeting.…But I can also enter the calendar area…by clicking the calendar icon…on the bottom left hand side of the screen.…Once I'm in my calendar,…I can either click New Appointment or New Meeting.…I'm going to click New Meeting first.…It looks like a regular calendar appointment,…with the exception that on the right hand side,…there's a Room Finder area…and a Scheduler to suggest times for the meeting.…
I'm going to close out of this,…because I want to show you something with the appointments.…I'll click New Appointment instead of a meeting.…Right now, it gives me the Subject, Location,…and the Start and End time fields.…I can fill these out.…I can choose a Start time.…I can do that by clicking on all the pull down areas…near the Start time and the End time fields.…
I can even include text in the body of the message,…
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- Using Outlook from an app or browser
- Navigating through Outlook
- Categorizing email
- Searching through email
- Creating appointments and meetings
- Managing contacts