Give me 26 minutes and I will show you how process your email efficiently.
In part 1, I demonstrate how to process incoming email effectively and support your time management. You will see how to quickly convert incoming email into Reminders, Appointments, Tasks and Contacts. In part 2, I demonstrate two tools to sort and organise your email (Rules and Quick Steps) and one to find them later! (Search folders).
Folks, we all know how easy it is in Outlook to switch on and off your view of a shared Calendar, once sharing has been set up. You just click a check box, if you still have permission, you see the Calendar.
So we come to sharing Inboxes. In Outlook 2010, once sharing permissions have been given to you, you just go to the File tab and choose Open, Other User’s Folder. Every single time you need to access the Folder.
The question arises – how do we do this on an ongoing basis?
So based on an article on the Microsoft web site and bits I picked up in discussions on this point around the web, I have pieced the following rough outline together: Outline of process for feedback and comment (PDF)
And now I take my first steps into two way conversation using Twitter and LinkedIn. Crowd-sourcing, perhaps. Is the process I have outlined the best way??? – your comments please!
Everything has a time management angle, finding useful information efficiently saves us time and helps us get things done faster. Corporate Blogs are a useful source of tips, articles, samples, templates and seminars. They also provide leads to other sources of information. Here’s a few of interest: Continue reading “Blogs as a resource”