The default Calendar view displays both your calendar and task list so you can view and manage all your work in one location. In this video, learn how to use the commands in the Arrange group to move between Day, Week, Work Week, Month, and Schedule views.
- [Instructor] This is the default Calendar view in Outlook. … If you go to the View tab and choose Change View, … it's simply called Calendar. … There are others as well, … there's Preview, there's a list that will show you … your appointments in list order … which is pretty nice. … But I'm going to return to my Calendar view … which has a lot of features packed into it. … When this view was first created, … it was called Day, Week, Month view … because it was amazing … that you could switch between those three items … right here at the top. … If I want to see a particular day, … I can either click on the day and choose Day … or if I'm looking at a particular day, … I can double click the number of the day … to go directly into the day. … I can also double click a particular day … in the Date Navigator here on the left. … So, in Month view, if I wanted to look at May 1st … by itself, I can double click anywhere else … to go to a particular day. … Your work week in Work Week view … is determined by Calendar Settings, …
Note: This course was recorded in Office 365, but anyone using a recent version of Outlook—including 2019, 2016, and some earlier versions—will be able to follow along.
- Prioritizing work with Outlook
- Estimating the time for tasks and email
- Creating an appointment, event, or meeting
- Creating recurring meetings
- Flagging items
- Applying categories to tasks and to-do items
- Creating tasks from email or from scratch
- Completing a task and sending an update