This tutorial will explain how to use Jumplists with Outlook.

Are you tired of having multiple apps open on your desktop? Is your computer slowing down because of all of the apps you are running? Are Outlook and other Office products that you are using frequently buried under multiple open windows?

Good News! Jumplists is a Windows 10  feature that allows you to right-click on any icon pinned on the taskbar to open a pop-up "jumplist" menu.

For example, with the Outlook Jumplist, you can create an e-mail message, appointment, meeting, contact, or task by selecting the action from the jumplist even if Outlook isn't open. In fact,  the only Outlook interface that opens is the one you need to complete the task.

To open Outlook's Jumplist:

  1. Move your mouses' cursor over the Outlook icon on the task bar.
  2. Click your mouses' right-click button.
  3. Select the task you would like to complete.

    Outlook Tasks list.

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