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Most users don't even scratch the surface of what Microsoft Outlook can do to help them get and stay organized. Learn valuable tools and techniques to get your Outlook inbox in shape. Keeping too many e-mails not only makes it difficult to find what you're looking for, but can also expose your organization to risks.
This webinar will cover key techniques to manage your inbox and stay in compliance with data security and record retention policies and regulations. You will see the whole tool box at your disposal. From categories to rules and follow-up flags to folders, you'll know how to design an email message management system that works for you and works the way you work.
This session will be applicable to all versions of Outlook from Office 2010 through Office 2019/Office 365 desktop. If you are primarily using Outlook Online, you’ll still find this session useful, as many of the tools have Outlook Online equivalents.
Why should you Attend
Email goes in, but it doesn't seem to go out! Before you know it you're swimming in hundreds, if not thousands of email message, not able to find the thing you need and finding things that you should have acted on days ago. How do you dig out? How do you stay that way? Not only for convenience sake, but untidy inbox management can present serious risks to your organization.
Stop wondering what ticking time bombs you might have in your email and get some solid strategies for cleaning up unneeded messages and staying on top of important follow-up items.
In the first 15 minutes you'll already have deleted dozens, if not hundreds of messages you absolutely don't need to keep.
You'll also find out how to get out of "email jail" quickly without having to risk deleting things you might need. You'll learn how Outlook can be tailored to suit how you organize your work.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Effective use of Search and Advanced Search
- Application of Folders
- The purpose of Archive
- Use of Categories and Conditional Formatting
- Basic and advanced Filtering rules for Automatic Processing
- Mechanisms to NEVER Forget a follow-up Item
Who Will Benefit