From time to time you might get an email that you’d like to use to form the basis of a calendar appointment. Usually this would be to remind yourself to do something; or if you need to send a meeting invitation to people, to include all the information that is in the email.
To do this, simply drag the email from your Inbox and drop it onto the Calendar icon, in the lower left corner of the Outlook window.
A calendar appointment is created, displaying the contents of the email in the body of the appointment. You can then add any other information you’d like to, and even invite others to the appointment (or not, if it is just something you want to put into your own calendar), and save or send it as you would any other appointment.
(Thanks to Rebecca Hurrell for this Tech Tip suggestion, and wording!)
For other great time-saving tips, look up:
– Being more efficient with your technology
– Technology Information for Staff website
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