Searching for Folders in Outlook

By standss Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Reader Question: Love QuickFile. Makes Zero Inbox possible but… Do you have a product (or know of one) that can jump to a certain folder in my Outlook folder structure? I need this because it takes me too long to manually locate folders when I need to find specific correspondence.

Answer: Yes! It’s actually built into QuickFile!

QuickFile for Outlook is used by thousands of users around the world to file and find emails into folders. QuickFile adds a few buttons inside Outlook for you.

  1. Click on the Find & Goto Folder button.
  2. Type a few characters from the folder name in the Search box. QuickFile will show you list of all the folders that match the characters types.
  3. Select the folder you want.
  4. Click Goto Folder.

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Outlook will move to your chosen folder. No more searching through forests of folders to find that one folder you are looking for.

QuickFile can help you file both incoming and outgoing emails… in fact you may find that you can file up to 90% of received emails at the click of one button.

You can try a fully functional trial of QuickFile for a full 30 days.


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Categories : QuickFile for Outlook

3 thoughts on “Searching for Folders in Outlook

  1. How do I find the Find & Go To folder button? It doesn’t show when I use QuickFile to file emails.

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