If you send virtually identical emails over and over again, such as status emails, you’ll save time by using an email template. Same with meetings. If you know you’re going to meet a lot, but don’t know exactly when, create a meeting invitation that has the essential information — the people invited, subject, location, some basic text — then save it as a template. And you follow the same process when you want a task or contact template. Finally, we'll show you how stationery gives your email a consistent look with colorful backgrounds, patterns, and designs.
Inside this course:
Templates and stationery (3:48)
Use an email template if you send similar emails frequently. And stationery gives your email a consistent look with colorful backgrounds, patterns, and designs.
Create templates for calendars, tasks, and contacts (3:11)
To save time, create a meeting invitation template with essential information (invitees, subject, etc.) and use it whenever you want to set up a status meeting.
Add stationery to your email (2:48)
Stationery gives your email a consistent look with colorful backgrounds, patterns, and designs. Watch this video to learn how to use it.
A brief reminder of the key points in this course.
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