This article has information about how to share your Outlook calendar, who you should share your calendar with, how to access a shared calendar, and what delegates are.
The Favorites section of Outlook, located at the top of the Navigation Panel, contains shortcuts to folders such as your Inbox, Sent Items, and Search Folders. You can add, remove, and arrange folders in this section in order to access your mail folders more easily.
When a folder is added to Favorites, a shortcut is created; however, the folder and its contents remain at their original location in the folder list. Removing a folder from Favorites does not delete the folder or the contents - it removes only the shortcut that appears in Favorites.
Microsoft teams is a group communication platform used by BYU-I to stay connected and on top of projects. In this article, you can find links that will guide you to answers you might have about Microsoft Teams.
BYU-Idaho uses Teams to connect different teams within and without departments with each other. Teams is also a great organization tool, and it works to help teams collaborate on projects. To learn more about Teams in general, click here.
You can build or rebuild your Microsoft Outlook profile and make it your default. Follow these steps to set a new default profile.
There are several ways to manage notifications in Microsoft Teams. This article explains how one can manage notifications both on the desktop app as well as on a mobile device.
This article contains information about common error messages in Microsoft Outlook, as well as tips to resolve the issue. Some errors and error messages you may encounter while using Microsoft Outlook include the following messages:
Each email client (such as Outlook, Gmail, or Apple Mail) has their own name and system for creating "Rules". These Rules are automated instructions the system follows, which can do a number of things.
For example, you can send emails from a specific person directly to a folder instead of the inbox, send emails containing the subject "BYU-Idaho" to a specific folder, or even place any emails that contain the word "cat" into your funny cats folder. All you need is to create Outlook Rules.
The image below is an example of a user's account information with two different emails appearing in their Outlook profile.
You can merge, create, and view archives in Outlook. Sometimes you will need to archive old files in Outlook in order to make room for new files while keeping the old ones accessible.