Are you looking for a quick way to get up to speed with Outlook 2016? Most companies will be upgrading to Microsoft Office 2016 in the near future and Outlook is part of that migration. As a result, a lot of people will have to get used to the minor user interface changes that come along with each new upgrade. Luckily, Microsoft has been working hard to ensure that their products get easier to use as they come out with new versions. We have put together a series of training videos on Outlook 2016 that will show you how to use the most common functions.
If you are new to Microsoft, or thinking about making the switch from another platform, you will need to know how to get started with the various programs that Microsoft has to offer. This week we have put together a quick video to help you get started with Outlook.
Microsoft Outlook 2016 is a great program that will centralize your email, calendar, task lists and contacts. It seamlessly uses each of these applications to keep all of your information synchronized. You can easily send and receive emails with attachments, schedule meetings with clients, and keep track of everything across all of your devices.
If you’re coming over to the Microsoft world from a platform like Google, there will be a learning curve. However, once you understand how one application works, you will be able to navigate all of them with ease. To begin, watch our tutorial for beginners to learn how to install Outlook from Microsoft Office 365. Once it is downloaded on your computer, we will show you how to set up Outlook to work with your email address. Since Outlook has a few hidden features, we will show you how to navigate through the most important ones such as the email application, your calendar, and the contacts options.
If you need to learn more about Outlook 2016, or any of the other Office suite of products, you can visit our YouTube channel or website for more how-to videos that will walk you through each feature. We have videos specifically for all of the many features in Outlook: from email signatures, to calendar sharing, and task features. We hope you find this useful!
Are you going on vacation? Don’t forget to set your “Out of Office” auto email reply in Microsoft Office 2016. In this video, we will show you how to set up and schedule an automated reply so that you don’t have to worry about emails going unanswered while you are away.
If you are worried that you might miss something important, the best practice is to put the name and contact information for someone in your company that can be available to respond if your customers need help. If necessary, you can even set your emails to forward to a colleague while you are away. Now you are ready to go on vacation! The only thing to remember now is that you need to turn off your auto reply when you return.