Tagging, sorting and filtering emails in Outlook Microsoft 365

Outlook Microsoft 365    |    Intermediate
  • 10 videos | 33m 52s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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Outlook includes everything you need to keep track of your emails and find messages very quickly with flagging, tagging, categorizing, sorting and filtering.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in the Outlook Microsoft 365: Tagging, Sorting and filtering emails
    mark an email as read or unread
    use the Focused Inbox
    use categories to organize emails
    follow up on email messages
  • organize emails into conversations
    filter emails based on specific criteria
    use sort tools to organize and group emails
    customize the sort order
    use conditional formatting in the inbox

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Course Overview: Tagging, sorting and filtering emails in Outlook Microsoft 365
    29s
    This video outlines the key content covered in the Tagging, Sorting and filtering emails course including, Marking an email as read or unread, Using categories and Organizing emails into conversations. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Marking an email as read or unread in Outlook Microsoft 365
    3m 30s
    If you don't have time to file or reply to an email straight away, you can always mark it as unread to find it easily. In this video you are going to see how to mark emails as read or unread. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using the Focused Inbox in Outlook Microsoft 365
    1m 56s
    The Focused inbox in Outlook allows you to view your most important emails in one place. This feature will automatically filter your important emails and save you from having to filter your emails manually. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Using categories in Outlook Microsoft 365
    4m 5s
    If you want to label and quickly find your emails you can add a category provided by Outlook. In this video you are going to create custom categories as well as manage them. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Following up an email in Outlook Microsoft 365
    4m 52s
    If you don't have time to respond to or sort an email as soon as you receive it, you might want to flag it so that you can easily locate it later. In this video you are going to see how to follow up an Outlook message. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Organizing emails into conversations in Outlook Microsoft 365
    2m 20s
    The Conversation view can be used to organize your messages into conversation threads, bringing together original messages, replies, and emails you have sent. This can help ensure you have the full picture when looking at… FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Filtering emails in Outlook Microsoft 365
    2m 52s
    Using filters in Outlook, you can define what is displayed and not displayed in your inbox. For example, you can choose to show only messages from a particular sender or emails that you have received after a certain date. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Sorting emails in Outlook Microsoft 365
    3m 24s
    Outlook allows you to change the order in which your emails are displayed. Using the various sort and group options, you can rearrange your emails according to their category, size or sender, for example. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Customizing the sort order in Outlook Microsoft 365
    4m 12s
    In Outlook, you can customize the way in which your emails are sorted and displayed. You can also group or ungroup your sorted emails. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Using conditional formatting in Outlook Microsoft 365
    6m 11s
    In Outlook, you can use the conditional formatting tools to change the appearance of certain emails in your message list. This can be very useful if you want to quickly identify emails from certain senders. FREE ACCESS

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