Outlook is a program that millions of users use on a daily basis, and managing files to attach is sometimes a chore. Microsoft on Tuesday made that a lot more easier, by giving users ways to find them easier, and to help power users of Outlook.
It’s no secret that when you send a lot of emails, the lists of attached files can somewhat be similar or somewhat familiar. With the updates made to Outlook 2016, Outlook is making it easier to find attachments and send them to other users.
Finding Attachments Easier
With Outlook 2016, Microsoft is making it easier to find attachable files. Users will find the attachments under the recent items, and that list combines OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and SharPoint files, which helps all users in the end.
If you aren’t able to find those items in the recent items list, Microsoft and Outlook 2016 made browser web locations and browse this pc options available. Both of these options let people find files in other areas and across their PC via file explorer.
New Attachment Science
Users when they choose the OneDrive attachments, will now give permissions to your recipients. Users can change these permissions whenever they need, and this will make it easier for those who have access to varying degrees of file activity and security.
All versions of OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint in Outlook 2016 appear side-by-side with attachments on the screen. Users can find these attachments across their PC, across their network, and make sending and finding them simpler.
The new attachment experience is live with Outlook 2016 now. Office 365 users will see it soon, and experience it as well.