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Outlook tips – organising your inbox and more (Outlook in the web browser)

  • Start: 23rd May, 2024 @ 10:00AM
  • End: 23rd May, 2024 @ 11:00AM
  • Online

Join us for a quick tour of a range of useful Outlook features and customisations to help you manage your inbox and make the most of the full range of Outlook functionality – from flagging or categorising emails, setting up sub boxes and changing your view, to scheduling emails to send later and more.

Please note this session looks at Outlook in the web browser. If you are using the local Outlook application (Desktop) you should enrol on the event on Tuesday 14th May.

We will be demoing a range of features and then you will have a chance to change settings and test out features in your own accounts, so will need to join the training from a laptop or desktop computer.

There will also be plenty of time for questions and follow up support will be available.

Pre-course requirement

You should be using or planning to use Outlook via the web browser

Course format

Online interactive group training

This is an online interactive live training session. You’ll take part in multiple interactive exercises. These may include breakout room discussions, use of collaborative tools and polls or quizzes. You’ll be asked to complete individual tasks online or offline, which may include peer-group feedback. You may also be asked to complete a task before or after the session.

We’re trying our best to give you a good classroom experience. Please join with video and bring your ideas, creativity, and challenges to share.


Paul has been working with technology and websites for over 30 years. He has helped establish charitable CICs running local fund raising events (Kew Fete & Kew Village market) and worked with Charities in the Richmond/Kew area developing their websites and getting the most from the software available to them. Paul loves investigating new software products and helping organizations choose the most appropriate tools and get the most out of them to benefit their organisation.