Favorites Folder in Outlook 13
In Outlook 13, we can make any folder we have in our Inbox to appear at the top of the Folder Pane and specifically in the Favorites,area, in order to find the folders we use more often easier and quicker. If we have many E-mail accounts, means that our Folder Pane becomes crowded, making the process of searching for a Folder, time consuming and hard to find. To add a Folder in the Favorites area just follow the steps below.
All we have to do is to select the folder that we want to add in to our Favorites and then do a right click on the selected folder. Once we have selected it and done the right click, the shortcut menu appears where we just select the command Show In Favorites. That is it. The selected Folder appears in the Favorites area so we can have quick access to it.
If we want to remove the folder from the Favorites area, we must select it again and do a right click on it. From the shortcut menu that appears, we now select the Remove From Favorites command, and the selected Folder will no longer appear in the Favorites area.
If the Favorite area does not appear, all we have to do in order to activate it, is to select the View tab and from the area of the ribbon named Layout, we select the Folder Pane command and from the drop down menu that appears, we select the Favorites command as shown in the image below.
Below you can check out the video describing how to add a Folder to the Favorites area in Outlook 13.
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