Simplified and Classic ribbon bars for Outlook on the Web

One of the difficult things to get used to when trying to convert over to Outlook on the Web (from the Outlook client) is that all the various options, buttons, and settings are in different places. Microsoft is trying to make that easier by adding a new ribbon bar to Outlook on the web. This brings it closer to the user experience you’d find in the Outlook client. Here’s how that works…

Duplicate an event in Outlook on the Web

Have you ever had to set up a series of meetings with the same information, and you have to enter the information over and over and over? My wife Tamara showed me a cool feature I never noticed before that works on the calendar in Outlook on the Web… Duplicate Event! Here’s how it works…

Dismiss Reminders for Past Events

Have you ever returned from PTO and as soon as you log into Outlook, all of the meetings and events that occurred while you were away pop up? Wouldn’t it be nice to automatically dismiss them? Well here’s how to do just that:

Tone detection in Microsoft Editor for Outlook on the Web

Writing an email in a business environment is vastly different than jotting off a quick note to your best friend about having lunch next week. You need to keep many things in mind these days, such as inclusiveness, formality, and clarity. In order to help you out, you can use Microsoft Editor in Outlook on the Web to get grammar suggestions and hints that can make your writing better suited to your style and environment. Here’s how it works…