Create an Event/Appointment in Outlook 2013

Create an Event/Appointment in Outlook 2013 or Exchange Office 365: Organizing your day is essential and time management is everything in the work place. The Calendar feature in Outlook 2013, Office 365 and Exchange can be your best friend when mapping out your day, it’s great for organizing your appointments and work load. You can invite others to your event, Categorize the important of the event, setup a Recurrence or an event and you can even set your Calendar dairy to private, if you don’t wish to share your Event/Appointment schedule. This guide show you how to create an Event/Appointment in your Exchange calendar in Outlook 2013 or Office 365.

1. Open Outlook 2013. Then click the Calendar at the button on the navigation pane.


2. Click on New Appointment button in top corner of your Outlook.


3. Fill out Subject and Location field, just like I have done below. (fill with your own Event info)


4. Adjust the Start time and End time and Date for your Event/Appointment.


5. Click the drop-down menu to set a Reminder for the Event/Appointment. (A popup box will alert you so you don’t forget)


6. Next, type out a Reminder Note about the Event/Appointment in the text field.


7. You can set it as Show as Out of Office, Busy, Tentative or Free. This helpful if you have someone setting up meetings for you, they can see when your available.


8. Next, Category, these can be renamed to suit your needs, example: “Important”. they can help categorize, examples: Work, Holiday, Meeting, Appointments, Free, Home.


9. Hit the Private button to Hide Event/Appointment details. Others will still be able to see whether the Event/Appointment is set to Tentative, Busy or Out of Office and how long the Event/Appointment will run.


10. If you have a Repeat Event/Appointment, then you can set a Recurrence.


11. When done click the Save and Close.


12. That’s it, you should now be able to view your Event/Appointment in your Calendar.


So that’s how you can manage your event/appointments in Outlook 2013 and Exchange Office 365.

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