Do you use the Outlook Today Page much? By default it shows the number of unread emails in your Inbox and Drafts folders. Here’s a quick tip to add other folders to the Today page.
- Go to your Outlook Today Page
- Click Customize Outlook Today (top right corner).
- Click the Choose Folders button. Tick all the relevant folders and then click OK.
- Click Save Changes to return to your Outlook Today page. The number of unread emails in your chosen folders will now be displayed.
Some uses of this tip:
Know where Rules have moved emails
This is particularly useful if you use Rules to move emails out of your Inbox. The problem with doing that is remembering to look at the folders later to see if they have any new emails that need your attention. Use this technique to have a dashboard that tells you how many unread emails are in various folders that are important to you.
View how many newsletter emails you still need to read
QuickFile PRO for Outlook – get more productive by setting up QuickFile to automatically shift non-urgent emails such as newsletters etc. to a dedicated folder for later reading. You may want to add the folder Inbox\Newsletters (QuickFile) to your Today page too as shown in the image above..
Do you have other clever uses of the Outlook Today page. Please let us know by leaving a comment on this page.