Tip of the week # 555
9 November 2018

Quick way to view frequently used folder content (Microsoft Outlook) *

Back in 2011 I wrote about the fact that if you frequently file emails in a specific folder, you could save time setting up a Quick Step and move messages in one click. But did you know that - if you work with Quick Steps - you can use them to view the content of a folder without the need to use the navigation pane? This even beats working with Outlook Favorites.

Here's how:

  1. Right-click any of your Quick Steps
  2. Press G (for Go to)

That's it for this week! If there are topics that you'd like to see covered in future emails, please let me know.

Related tips:
  1. Tip # 276: How to sort your folder list the way you want it ( http://roem.co.uk/tip_276.php )
  2. Tip # 346: One-click Quick Steps ( http://roem.co.uk/tip_346.php)
  3. Tip # 457: Move email messages into a recently used folder ( http://roem.co.uk/tip_457.php )
  4. Tip # 496: Automatically move low-priority emails from your inbox ( http://roem.co.uk/tip_496.php )

* Unless stated otherwise, these tips were written for Microsoft Office 2010.