Outlook 2013 Tutorial: Customizing the Inbox
Out of all the Outlook tutorials, this one from lynda.com is one of the clearest and easiest to follow. In this video, users get a deeper look at layouts and view in Outlook. You will learn how to change the style of email viewing (either singular or as compiled conversations), how to sort email (by date, sender, or size), and how to add or reconfigure columns to the inbox.
Microsoft Office 2013: Outlook 2013 – Quick Start Guide
In this video, the engaging Bernardo Jr. from BJTechNews walks users through Microsoft Outlook 2013. The laid–back, relatable host and the strong content have made this video popular. He highlights several important tools and options, including social media connection, the PeekYou function, and New Lync Meetings.
Microsoft Outlook 2013 Tutorial | Sharing Calendars and Outlook Items
Infinite Skills Video Training offers this video tutorial, which focuses on how users can manage, create, and share calendars and calendar items. This video also gives users the knowledge to email calendars, share them, or publish them online. This tutorial also shows users how to view side–by–side calendars or overlay them to compare dates.
Outlook 2013 Tutorial: Creating an Appointment and a Reminder
In another high–quality video by lynda.com, the hostess takes the user carefully through the steps of creating appointments and setting up reminders. Users also learn important skills like making public or private appointments, setting recurring appointments, and creating all–day events. This video can be followed easily and can greatly help new users.
Microsoft Outlook 2013 Tutorial – Archiving Your Email
This video from SimonSezIT.com is both pleasant and helpful for new Outlook users. Although it’s only nine minutes long, it can be of great help to those who want to archive old email messages. This tutorial also includes a walkthrough for backing up .pst files (archive files) and archiving individual projects or tasks.
Outlook 2013 tutorial: Using Quick Steps to Process Messages
In this lynda.com video, users lean how to interact with the many options offered through the Quick Step function. This function allows users to set up rules to automate processes within Outlook. Some of these processes include creating workflows such as autoresponding to emails, setting up meetings, or sharing vital information with teammates. At only five minutes, it is one of the quickest, most valuable tools for making Microsoft Office 2013 work for you.