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Outlook 2013 - Conditional Formatting

Yesterday I posted about creating email groups and rules in Outlook 2013. These are necessary methods to use for organizing the large amount of email that teachers receive.

Another great way to stay organized, which I probably should have included in my previous post, is to use conditional formatting. This allows you to have emails from specific individuals stand out among the vast amount of email you receive. You could use this for emails from your superintendent, principal, or even parents of students.

If you are interested in utilizing conditional formatting in Outlook 2013, view my video tutorial: