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Use Outlook to better prepare meeting attendees

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emailLet’s say you have a meeting scheduled to discuss customer complaints. You have forwarded the emails to meeting attendees regarding customer complaints with the goal of coming up with a new process for quicker resolution.

To prepare for the meeting, attendees search their inboxes, computers and network drives to find email messages and the related files they’ll need to begin visualizing a process. If it is too cumbersome a task, they’ll simply come unprepared, costing valuable time in the meeting. By inserting some of these objects right into the meeting notice, you can help attendees better prepare for the meeting.     

Outlook items

Compose a new meeting. First, you see the familiar paperclip, which is how we attach documents, spreadsheets and other files. But, you can also attach other Outlook items. The button next to the paperclip, which looks like a yellow envelope with a paperclip on top of it, is what you use to atta...(register to read more)

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