- Connecting your email account to Outlook
- Reading mail
- Searching for mail
- Organizing mail with flags, folders, and rules
- Creating and sending new email
- Creating new contacts
- Adding delegates
- Creating meetings and appointments in the calendar
- Creating tasks
- Backing up Outlook data
Skill Level Beginner
- Employees work best when they're working as a team. This includes email collaboration, meetings, and task assignments. In addition, you'll want to be on top of your game and handle multiple projects at once by being as organized as possible. Outlook gives you all the tools you need to work as a team, never forget an assignment, and collaborate effectively. In my Linked and Learning course, I'll show you tools and strategies of how to master that huge influx of mail you get on a regular basis. If you work with multiple people, I also show you how to manage those multiple calendars and work with people. My name is Jess Stratton and I use Outlook every day. Let's get started.
1. Get Started and Connect Accounts
2. Read Mail
3. Organize Mail
Organize mail into folders2m 53s
4. Create and Send Mail
5. Create Contacts and Work with People
6. Work with Delegates
7. Work with the Calendar
8. Work with Tasks and Outlook Data
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