The latest version of Outlook has lots of nifty new features, but some of the ones we love best are the tiny tweaks that speed up everyday tasks.
One we particularly like has changed what happens when you want to attach a file to an email. Clicking the paperclip doesn’t just open the normal file browser: instead you initially get a drop-down list of all the files you’ve looked at recently, even ones from web locations such as One Drive or Sharepoint.
No more hunting through file structures for the right document = time saved.
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