Learn about three Microsoft tools—Outlook, OneNote, and OneDrive—and how they can help you live out the principles of time management fundamentals.
- Microsoft Office has a variety of software programs…and apps that you can use to get work done.…From a time management perspective,…three of these apps are absolutely essential…for the Microsoft Office user.…These apps are Outlook, OneNote, and OneDrive.…Outlook is essential for a variety of reasons.…Most important, it is where your calendar resides.…Your calendar is your time budget.…It's where you make commitments to yourself…and others as to how you'll spend your time.…
It's also where you'll create…a strategic outline of the most valuable use of that time.…In this course we'll use Outlook on the web.…This is sometimes referred to as outlook.com…or Office 365's Outlook Web Application.…Whatever you want to call it,…this is simply the version of Outlook…that you access through your favorite web browser,…such as Edge, Chrome, or Firefox.…Outlook also contains access to your email,…one of the six approved gathering points.…
It's likely the most consistently used gathering point…in a corporate environment.…Outlook also contains your contacts.…
- Recall why it is recommended to move your reading pane to the bottom of the screen in Outlook.
- Name the recommended amount of sections to have for your OneNote notes.
- Recognize questions that should not be asked when processing an email.
- List the correct steps for creating an email rule.
- Identify what should be used as a gathering point.
- Recall the benefits of repetition.