It is easy to become overwhelmed by the number of emails arriving in our inbox every day. Keep on top in Outlook by moving them into folders to organize them by category or topic. Clear your inbox.
Dealing with the email in your inbox each day can become tiresome, but here is a useful tweak to boost your productivity in web mail at Outlook.com in a browser. Customize the toolbar.
If you use the Outlook website for your email, there is a great feature that enables you to create notes from emails. They are stored in OneNote and are linked back to the original email.
OneDrive works well on the Apple Mac and it enables you to access online storage and keep work and personal files synced between computers and more. Let’s see how to solve sync problems.
How many Windows owners use Sticky Notes on their computer? I bet a lot of people don’t even know they have a Sticky Notes app. It tends to be forgotten, but it has some great features.
Do you have a strange label in the sidebar in Gmail called smart_label_root_name? It is a rare problem that sometimes appears for no reason. Remove it using a secret access mode in Gmail.
Microsoft, Google and others provide all-in-one services that contain everything you need, including office apps, email, notes, calendar, storage and more. They are good, but there are risks.
Are notes stored on your computer or phone in plain text that anyone can read? Here are two apps for PC, Mac and mobile that encrypt your notes for privacy and security. Both are free.
Milanote is an alternative to Microsoft OneNote, Evernote and similar note-taking apps and it works on the web and on your phone. It offers more flexible views of your notes than rivals.
Some people have discovered that after years of sending and receiving emails for free, that it will no longer be free in the future. They have been warned they must pay. What is going on?