With the beginning of the new school year here, one of the common questions I receive is about email, creating groups, and creating rules to manage email using Outlook 2013. So to help cover those questions so that all the content is in one place, I will be covering those details.
Creating a Contact GroupCreating a contact group is good for staff emails, collaboration with small groups of peers, distributing content to students, or contacting parents. Before I send you though the tutorial, we need to first make sure you can find your "People" tab in the navigation. It may not be visible by default.
Creating a Contact/People Group:
Another handy trick for keeping email organized is creating email rules. By creating rules, you can have all emails from a select group or by subject content be rerouted into a folder so that your inbox does not become too full.