Unfortunately, not all emails in the workplace come with an unsubscribe link. Day after day, emails arrive in your inbox that are just a distraction. Some common examples include:
If you spend a lot of time typing the same answers to questions you get repeatedly, create Quick Parts to insert that text into email replies in just a few clicks. No need to keep typing the same thing over and over again or having to find an old response to copy and paste. When you’ve finished typing a response that you expect to need to send again, follow the steps below to save the text as a Quick Part:
This tricks for windows 10 is for those people who are a big fan of Dark Mode. With windows 10 we can apply this dark mode to give some nice feeling to our eyes. To enable this, go to Settings ➜ Personalization ➜ Colors and select Dark from Choose Your Colour dropdown options. You can also set it to Custom and select default window mode as Dark whereas default app mode to Light as well.
If you’ve had success with the previous Outlook tips and are interested in getting into more advanced email management, it’s time to take a look at Quick Steps. Quick Steps allow you to automatically perform long strings of actions based on a trigger. Say at the end of the month you receive a series of invoices from vendors or contractors. Your normal process is to review the invoices, forward the invoices to your accountant, and create a reminder to follow up with the accountant a week later to make sure the invoices were paid. Quick Steps can take care of the last two steps for you with fewer clicks than if you performed the tasks manually:
We have include Emoji Menu in our number 9 of windows 10 tips and tricks lists. To trigger this menu anywhere, you need to press “windows+.“, here “. (period)” is not from the numeric keypad. You can open this emoji menu windows whenever you want to add emoji somewhere. This might be useful while commenting on a different platform like Youtube, Facebook, and so on.
Next on our list is windows nearby sharing. To turn on this feature you need to go to Settings ➜ System ➜ Shared experiences ➜ Turn on Nearby Sharing. You can set either you want to receive from Everyone nearby or from your device only as well. Once, you set it on, you can send images, documents, or any page link from the browser to the nearby devices. You can find this nearby sharing toggle in the windows notification panel, located at the bottom right corner, from there you can easily turn it off once the sharing is completed.
If you use the Office 365 Business or Office 365 Enterprise editions, you can connect Outlook to over 750 other apps and streamline even more email workflows. For example, you can send new emails you get from a specific sender to Slack or create a new Trello card for new emails sent to a specific Outlook folder. See all the Office 365 integrations available on Zapier or use one of the workflow templates ("Zaps") to get started right away:
This is yet another useful function integrated into the Windows 11 Start menu. Hit the Windows key, and you can type ‘translate beautiful in Spanish’ and Bing will translate words and phrases for you. It’s quite useful and you don’t need to open the browser just for translating words.
Another small but nifty addition to Windows is a feature called Night Light. What this feature does is that it removes all the blue light from your screen which is a big reason behind why we remain awake late at night. If you work on your laptop in the night and don’t want it to affect your sleeping habits, you need to turn this feature on. You can either manually enable this feature whenever you want to or you can schedule Night Light which will enable this feature at a specific time of day. To enable Night Light, go to Settings -> System -> Display, and turn on the toggle next to Night Light. You can also configure the intensity of Night Light and schedule its time by clicking on the “Night light settings” option marked in the picture below.
Previously, capturing a screenshot or recording a screencast wasn’t possible without the use of third-party software. However, that’s not the case with Windows 10. All you have to do is press Win + G and you will be presented with the tiny Windows Game bar with all the necessary options, courtesy the Xbox app. Keyboard shortcuts: