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TOO MANY EMAILS? Use THESE Proven Techniques | Outlook tips included
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Manage your inbox so you can be more productive and less stressed! I’ll share email management techniques that help you get organized. You’ll also learn time management techniques to instantly put more time in your day and easily manage your Outlook Inbox.
Does inbox zero work? The inbox zero method gave me anxiety so I had to find other ways to manage my emails. The method I share in the video is the best of all approaches I’ve tried.
With these Outlook tips you’ll be able to increase your productivity. You’ll also learn important Microsoft Outlook tips and techniques to tame your inbox.

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Aside from getting control of your inbox, you’ll also learn Outlook email organization best practices:
– Outlook Quick Steps and Quick Steps shortcuts
– Creating a folder in Outlook
– Using rules in outlook and even conditionality formatting Outlook emails

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00:00 Email Management Strategies
02:07 Develop Email Routine
03:03 How to Turn Off Windows Notifications
03:36 How to Work Offline in Outlook
04:00 Use Action-Based Folder System | Limited Number of Folders
06:58 How to Create a Folder in Outlook
07:21 How to Use Quick Steps in Outlook
08:32 How to Turn Email into Appointments in Outlook
09:07 How to Change Startup Folder in Outlook
09:44 Clean Your Inbox
10:13 How to Setup Rules in Outlook
11:09 How to Color-Code CC Messages with Conditional Formatting in Outlook
12:26 Wrap-Up

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  1. Heya! It sounds so strange to hear tips like keeping your inbox clean by moving the task-related email to a different folder, people forget that there is no problem in having an inbox with hundreds of email, the problem is the missed actions, moving emails from the inbox without working on them means nada.

  2. Great tips Thanks. Just a questions, what do you do with the email after you create an appointment for it? do you move it to another subfolder "scheduled"? or you just keep it in the same action folder? if so how do you distinguish between it and emails that you have yet to schedule?

  3. I’m the type of guy that keeps all in inbox. I actually color code CC emails in light gray, so that they do not catch me eye much. Also emails from bosses in red because you need to keep them happy. One tip I did not see and actually is great (for me) is the conversation view where all mails on the same subject are joint together.

  4. If Tagging was available in Outlook, No folders would be needed. Tags are better than any folder, because any object can have MORE than one Tag…

  5. Get your colleagues to prefix the subject with "i:" for information emails and "a:" for mails where you have to act. Very small task and works for many people.
    You can then create inbox rules.
    Fast and easy and really helpful when the organisation or department implements it.

  6. Delay reply has helped me send email out of hours but it gets sent later, eg sent the next morning.
    One Note has helped me save a copy of the email and put it as a task outside of the email which means not going back to the email again.

  7. I'm in IT and I will never ever understand people who make tons of folders to "organize" email. It never works. They don't know where they put it and have to search anyway, but now with the added complexity of making sure they are searching either "all mailbox" or the right folder/subfolder structure they created. I've had so many people tell me they can't find an old email because of this when it was in their inbox and they didn't know how to search it because of the mess they made. Just leave it in the inbox or archive, it's just easier. Also don't go crazy with mail rules. This is another thing where people create rules or even competing rules and then have no clue where the email disappeared to after it hit the inbox. A lot of times the user actually will see the email first in the inbox before the rule runs and then like magic it disappears. They think someone is deleting their emails. 🙄

  8. Save time permanently deleting your deleted items by using the auto archive settings on the trash folder to delete after a day, a week or whatever makes you comfortable.

  9. I would also advise using:
    1. Conversation view (I would go insane without this)
    2. Single line view on the inbox and other folders instead of the multi line message preview
    3. Message preview in the right and inbox/list in the middle
    4. Add the mentions column to your inbox view
    5. Moving your shortcut bar below the ribbon and add all your frequent actions to it both on in inbox view and the open message view

    The drag message directly to calendar icon is a new one for me, excited to try it!! Thanks for sharing


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