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In this video tutorial by Angelica Domenech, a trainer at Pragmatic Works, viewers learn how to use conditional formatting in Microsoft Outlook to manage important emails effectively. Angelica guides users through the process of setting up rules and conditions to color-code and prioritize specific emails.
By following these instructions, users can efficiently organize their emails by prioritizing and highlighting messages that require immediate attention, improving their productivity in Microsoft Outlook.
The key points covered in the video include:
1. Accessing Conditional Formatting:
2. Existing Rules: Angelica highlights some pre-existing rules for unread messages, expired emails, and more.
3. Creating New Rules: To create a new rule, click "Add."
4. Applying Rules to Existing and Future Emails: The rules created apply not only to current emails in the inbox but also to all future emails that meet the specified conditions.
Angelica concludes the tutorial, encouraging viewers to use these conditional formatting rules to better manage their Microsoft Outlook inbox.
Angelica mentions Pragmatic Works' on-demand learning platform, offering a wide range of courses, including those related to Microsoft products like Power BI, Power Automate, and Azure.
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