4 More Reasons to Go With Outlook 2010
As I’ve said in other articles, I think Outlook 2010 is the premier tool for managing your email and personal information. There are many reasons I feel this way, in part because of useful new features like its new interface, conversation threading and Quick Steps. In this article, I want to tell about a few more of those beneficial new features.
More Beneficial New Outlook 2010 Features
Social networking is a big trend these days, and Outlook 2010 lets you keep plugged into your networks without leaving Outlook. With the Outlook Social Connector, you can connect to Facebook or LinkedIn (more services are coming) in Outlook and see the information on your contacts quicky and efficiently.
Manage your schedule more efficiently with the new Schedule View. This view shows many calendars at one time in a horizontal view. Arranging things this way makes it a lot easier for you to view your whole schedule at one time and make the best scheduling decisions because you can see all the important information.
Backstage is a new location in Outlook 2010. As with other Microsoft Office 2010 programs, this is a meant as a location for you to manage all your major Outlook account settings together. This is where you go to add new email accounts, for example.
Another attractive addition to Outlook 2010 is the way it tries to prevent you from messing up by sending email to the wrong persons. It monitors who you are addressing your mail to, and warns you if something seems wrong. For example, if you are working in an business, and try to mail a message to organization members along with an non-member, Outlook will advise you that you could be sending to an inappropriate recipient.
As these four new features prove, Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 has progressed to present you some genuine benefits over even its youngest sibling (Outlook 2007). Learn more now! Go to this Living With Outlook 2010 site
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