Using the Conversation view


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Using the Conversation view

For most of us, our Inbox is a really long list of all the e-mails that we need to wade through. Using the Conversation view, you can actually see all the messages that relate to one particular subject and consequently shorten up your Inbox. I am going to show you an example of how this works. If you look at my Inbox, unfortunately, I have a lot of bounce-backs because I sent out a lunch request to the wrong distribution list, and lot of these old e-mails bounced back at me. And that's taking up a good portion of my Inbox.

So using the Conversation view, I can actually lump all those e-mails into one, and thus free up a little real estate in my Inbox. You get to the Conversation view by clicking the View tab, and you notice we have a Conversations group, and I click on Show as Conversations. And watch what happens when I click on that. I am going to choose to use that Conversation view for all of my folders, not just my Inbox. And you notice now this 'are we having lunch' as n...

Using the Conversation view
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Using the Conversation view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Karen Fredricks as part of the Outlook 2010 Essential Training

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