How do I use Outlook folders?

How do I use Outlook Folders

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff

You can use folders within your inbox to group related messages together.

To create an Outlook folder:

  • Right click on the parent folder, e.g. Inbox.
  • Click New Folder.
  • Enter a name for your folder.
  • Click OK.

To move messages to a folder you can either drag and drop the messages to the relevant folder or select the message and use the Move button on the top toolbar. 

 

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