Microsoft 365 Email Essentials

Anyone who wants to use Outlook on the Web for email management

Manage your email from anywhere with Outlook Online, the Microsoft 365 email platform

What you’ll learn

  • • Navigate the Web App.
  • • Organize e-mails with folders.
  • • Use automated tools to manage email.
  • • Create custom signatures.

Course Content

  • Microsoft 365 Email Essentials –> 10 lectures • 1hr 26min.

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Manage your email from anywhere with Outlook Online, the Microsoft 365 email platform

Email is the backbone of business communication, and Microsoft 365 supercharges your inbox with business-class features. Using Outlook on the Web (sometimes called Outlook Online or Outlook Web App) is a convenient and powerful way to access your email, calendar, and contacts (People) from any web browser, computer, or mobile device.

This course discussing using Outlook on the Web for your email. To see more of what you can do in Outlook, check out the Microsoft 365 To Do, Calendar, and People course for the rest of Outlook’s features.

Topics covered include:

· Using basic email functionality

· Organizing your information with Search and Folders

· Tagging items with Categories and Mentions

· Using built-in tools to keep your inbox clean with Focused Inbox, Sweep, and Clutter

· Creating Signatures and Automatic Replies

Over 2 hours of high-quality HD content in the “Uniquely Engaging”TM Bigger Brains Teacher-Learner style!

Lessons: 10

Seat Time: 2 hours and 38 minutes

Versions Available: SCORM 1.2, SCORM 2004, AICC, xAPI, MP4, reseller HTML

Teacher: Chip Reaves

Learner: Ben Burris

Produced by: Bigger Brains

Target Audience: Anyone who wants to use Outlook on the Web for email management

Prerequisites: An Office 365 account is recommended

 

Objectives. You will be able to:

· Navigate the Web App

· Organize e-mails with folders

· Use automated tools to manage email

· Create custom signatures

· Set up automatic replies

· Differentiate functions that work on the Web App versus the Desktop App

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