If your office job is typical, you spend much of your day going into and out of Microsoft 365 applications. One minute you’re in Word. The next minute you’re in PowerPoint. Then you’re in Teams.
But throughout your day, you likely always have Outlook open, where it can either make your day much more productive … or more frustrating.
Fortunately, there are some simple best practices to help you get the most productivity — and value — from Microsoft Outlook.