|Now that you know how Conversations work with Outlook, here is something more.How to manage UNWANTED conversations!
The more senior you are, the more CCs you get. Here is how you “manage” them!
Earlier we saw how to read long mails. But sometimes, there can be complex mails. New people added, someone who was quiet replies and starts another thread… it can get very confusing. Outgoing mails are in Sent Items or in Archived folders.
Conversation View is your savior in such cases. Find out how…
When you receive a long mail, you need to respond to it in detail.
We waste lot of time scrolling up and down to see the content and then reply to it. The solution is to use the SPLIT feature. Read on to find out how to do it using Outlook …
Sounds funny? Not really. We have always been attaching documents to mail messages.
In some cases, it may be necessary to do the reverse. Read on to understand WHY you may need to do this and HOW to do it…
We spend lot of time replying to mails. But do you realize that many mails are confusing because nobody takes a simple extra precaution.
Read on to find out what and how…
Long mail trails are the unnecessary evils of modern world! Unfortunately, we often need to read, understand and imbibe a long mail trail quickly – by reading it in reverse order.
Read on to find out how to make this frustrating experience much more tolerable and effective…
In a long presentation, it is easy to lose track of the objective and create an ineffective presentation.
In this article, I will demonstrate an easy but effective method of checking the coverage and distribution of specific concepts or topics across the presentation.
Continue reading How to check coverage of a topic in a long presentation
Often we get photos showing your face or selfies. Usually you cannot use these photos for formal scenarios. Here is a quick way of salvaging informal photos and giving them a professional look.
Onetastic is a new add-in tool in OneNote, which I found to be very useful. Here is a quick description of what you get and why you may need it.
It also explains how to create your own macros using Onetastic.