Email and calendar on the go (Outlook)

Office Training Center > Business scenarios

Number 1

Viewing your email and calendar

Number 2

Personalizing your email and calendar

Number 3

Finding or adding a contact

Number 4

Scheduling a meeting

Number 5

Assigning tasks for yourself or others

"I'm in touch with people and on top of things on all my devices!"

Download the slide deck: Training: Email and calendar on the go

With Office 365, you can access your email and calendar on the go

With Outlook and Outlook Web App, you can get your meetings, contact info, to-do list, and email on a variety of devices, so you can clean up your inbox or deal with urgent matters even when you’re not at your desk.

  1. Viewing your email and calendar    

    Use your computer, phone, or tablet to access your email and calendar.

  2. Personalizing your email and calendar    

    Make your email and calendar work for you by changing your theme, setting up an automatic signature, or setting auto replies for when you're unavailable.

  3. Finding or adding a contact    

    Find people in your organization or add new contacts that you can access across all your devices.

  4. Scheduling a meeting    

    Use your calendar to set up a meeting with others or an appointment just for you.

  5. Assigning tasks for yourself or others    

    Make a to-do list for yourself or assign a task to someone else.


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