To open a People page, you click the people icon on any page in Outlook on the web. In this video, learn how to navigate in the People app.
- [Instructor] We use the People app to create and view our contacts, as well as Contact List and Groups. Click the People app icon to go to the People app, or if you were in another application rather than Outlook on the web, and you went to All Apps, you could scroll down to People and get here directly in one click. On the People page, we have a left pane. Favorites is a list that you get to curate. You add different contacts to your Favorites. And then we have Contacts List. Your contacts are all of the contacts that you have created, and all of the contacts lists that you have created all in one place. We also have Deleted, which is the recycle bin, your deleted contacts on Contact List. There are some built-in folders, and you can create more, and your contacts and contact lists are stored there, and then you can create additional folders. I have a folder called Promo List, and a folder called Vendors, and you can add a new folder right here. Below our folders, we have groups. These are Office365 groups. These are groups that you are a member of, shown under Member, groups that you own, and groups that have been deleted. Finally, we have the directory, and the directory lists all of the different contact lists that are available that are provided for you by your organization, so there's a default global address list that includes people from your organization, there's a rooms list, and if your organization adds Rooms to your directory, which most of them do, they'll be added here. We then have All Users, which is different than the Global Address List, which can include rooms. We have Distribution lists, Contacts, All Groups, an off global address list, which is a copy of the global address list that is available to you working offline. And then we have Public Folders, folders that have been created for people to work with. Public folders would have been fairly full in the past, and if you're working for an organization that's been using Exchange for awhile, you may have some here. We don't create public folders as much as we used to because we have different alternatives like Microsoft Teams for example, and SharePoint.
- Identify the ways to access Outlook on the web.
- Review options for sending emails and copying other recipients on emails.
- Describe methods to reply to emails that best utilize the features of Outlook on the web.
- Explain the various processes in creating calendar items.
- Distinguish between the three ways to create meetings in Outlook on the web.
- Differentiate between the various functionalities of Outlook on the web in utilizing lists.