The first time I set eyes on Microsoft Outlook was at my cousin’s suggestion. He’d loved how it aggregated all his mail into one central location, and how he could write mail when he was offline and have it send out right when he got internet access. I had set up my Outlook profile back then, and also gradually started transitioning to using Gmail.
As Google started expanding its collection of products, I got involved with Google Docs, Analytics, and Calendar. I’ve found Google Calendar absolutely essential to staying on top of my schedule! However, it’s not available when I’m not online, and I hate checking more than one place for my information. Conversely, I don’t always have my laptop on me, which means I won’t have access to my Outlook to program a reminder or check outstanding ones. Luckily, I stumbled upon this neat solution.
Last updated on 07 February, 2022
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