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Outlook on the web Essential Training

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Overview

Learn everything you need to make the most of Outlook on the web, the browser-based version of the popular Microsoft email and calendar app.

Follow along with Gini von Courter as she takes you on a tour of Outlook on the web, the browser-based version of Microsoft Outlook. Gini shows how to send, receive, and manage email, as well as how to organize and tag messages. You can also learn to work with Outlook on the web's calendar features, including creating appointments, requesting meetings, and viewing multiple calendars. Finally, discover how to create, group, and search for contacts and use the task feature in Outlook to manage your to-do list effectively.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Access your information effectively with Outlook on the web
  • What Outlook on the web is and isn't
1. Get Started with Outlook on the Web
  • Sign in to Outlook on the web
  • Navigate in Outlook on the web
  • Change your theme and set dark mode
2. Compose and Send Messages
  • Create a message
  • Save and finish a message draft
  • Attach files or pictures to a message
  • Create and use an email signature
  • Check spelling and set message options
  • Choose a date or time to send a message
3. Receive and Manage Messages
  • View, reply to, and forward messages
  • Use a suggested reply
  • Work with message attachments
  • Use the Focused Inbox
  • Print a message
  • Delete, archive, sweep, and move messages
  • Flag, snooze, or pin a message
  • Create and manage subfolders
  • Search and add people to favorites
  • Set automatic replies
  • Install an add-in
4. Use the Calendar
  • Create and edit an appointment or event
  • View calendars
  • Create or modify a repeating appointment
  • Create and apply categories and charms
  • Share your calendar with colleagues
  • Add a calendar
  • Automatic events
5. Work with Meetings
  • Three ways to create a meeting
  • Respond to a meeting invitation
  • Update or cancel a meeting
  • Create a repeating meeting
6. Work with People and To-Do
  • Use the People app
  • Create a contact
  • Create and use contact lists
  • Create an Office 365 group
  • View group calendar and apps
  • Create, view, and complete to-do items
  • Flag email items into the To-Do app
  • Use My Day to organize tasks
  • Create and share tasks lists
Conclusion
  • Next steps

Taught by

Gini von Courter

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