Many Act software users also use Microsoft Outlook for managing email. If you do not use Microsoft Outlook, you should be using it to make more out of Act.
Act is a great contact manager. Microsoft Outlook is a fantastic email program. Act and Microsoft Outlook used in combination is a powerful tool for most small business people, salespeople and entrepreneurs. Because each of these software programs has strengths and weaknesses, it is important to understand the distinction and differences between act and Microsoft Outlook. We will examine some of the gaps that exist between act and Microsoft Outlook and I will show you ways to narrow those technological gaps to make both programs more effective.
Over the next few weeks I am going to be posting articles about how to make the most out of Act with my Act and Microsoft Outlook tips.
I will look at a wide variety of subjects that many small business people need to consider when it comes to email and using act. Here is a partial list of some of the things I’m to be discussing:
- General email knowledge
- Adding email contacts to act
- Act add-on products
- Outlook add-on products
- Email providers and email provider tools such as webmail
- Exporting and importing contacts
- Outlook versus Act Email Marketing and Swiftpage
- Common sense tips to working with email
The more efficient you can become with email and act the better off you will be as an everyday computer user. As always, I welcome your questions and curiosities. Thank you.
Originally posted 2015-11-23 14:24:49.