Have you ever had an instance where you sent an email that upon further review perhaps you didn’t want to go out? Maybe you sent it to the wrong person, forgot to attach a file – or maybe you were having a bad day and responded with an improper tone.
Fortunately, there is a solution where you can set up your outgoing Outlook messages to pause how long it takes for that message to leave after you hit Send.
In this week’s SCACPA #TechTuesday installment, tech guru and SCACPA CEO Chris Jenkins walks you through how to set up the Outlook Delay Send Rule – a timer where you determine how many minutes you want to give yourself the window that makes sure you’re sending the information you mean to send. Sometimes it’s better when email isn’t instantaneous!
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In SCACPA’s weekly #TechTuesday video presentations, we hope you find valuable tips on Outlook tricks, rules for conquering Windows and Excel, and so much more. Feel free to share and post comments!
Previous #TechTuesday videos:
Jan. 21: “Outlook Set Up”
Jan. 28: “Protect Yourself from Ransomware”