There are a number of reasons why you’d want to be able to compare time zones at a glance–maybe you are a frequent traveler, or your colleagues are distributed across the world. Whatever the case, it is possible to show up to three time zones on your Outlook calendar, easing the mental math quite a bit! Read more
I like my calendars to be color-coded. It looks nice, and when you have a busy week it just helps make sense of your calendar at a glance. You can use conditional formatting in Outlook to automatically assign colors to calendar items using conditions that you create. This really takes the work out of color-coding your calendar!
Did you know that you can overlay multiple calendars in Outlook, rather than displaying them side-by-side? If you frequently compare calendars (including group calendars) or use multiple calendars yourself, you need to try this!
If your organization uses Exchange and Outlook, consider enabling MailTips! It’s quite handy and can be a big help.
The MailTips bar (a yellow bar across the top of your email draft) is contextual and can pop up in different situations, including:
-If you select “Reply All” by accident
-If you type “please find attached” or something similar and don’t actually attach anything
-Responding to someone with an Out-Of-Office message up in Outlook