New Feature – Insert an Attachment in Outlook 2016
A colleague needs to see a particular document you are working on. So you send it to them.
Now historically you would need to remember where you have stored it but if it is one of the last 10 documents you were working on, Outlook 2016 now makes it easy to find. A list of the last 10 documents you worked on is shown ready for you to choose to one you want.
In a new email click the Attachment icon:
Select the attachment you want from the list that appears – if the file is stored on OneDrive, OneDrive for Business or SharePoint then it will have a cloud symbol next to it, and you will need to set the permissions for the recipient.
If you don’t see the document you want, simply, click on Browse Web Locations or Browse this PC to find what you are after.
To change the permissions for a document stored on the web:
Decide whether Recipients can edit or if they can just view the document.
I am finding this feature very useful indeed!
If you have Outlook 2016 installed what are you finding most useful and what else would you like to know about?
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