Applies to: Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, Office 365 for enterprises, Microsoft Exchange, Live@edu
Topic Last Modified: 2009-08-16
You can use the Favorites folder in the Navigation Pane to store shortcuts to the folders you use the most.
There are two ways you can add a folder to your Favorites:
Click the folder you want to add to your Favorites, and then drag it to Favorites.
Right-click the folder you want to add to your Favorites, and then select Add to Favorites.
Right-click the folder you want to remove from your Favorites, and then click Remove from Favorites. If you click Delete, you'll be asked if you want to delete the folder or remove it from Favorites. Make your selection, and then click OK, or click Cancel to exit without removing or deleting the folder from Favorites.
If you select Delete it, the folder will be deleted from your mailbox.
When you drag a folder into your Favorites, you'll see a line that shows you where the folder will be dropped. After a folder is added to your Favorites, you can move it up or down in the list of Favorites by right-clicking it and clicking Move Up in List or Move Down in List.
You can't nest folders in Favorites. If you create a shortcut in Favorites for a folder that has subfolders, you won't see the subfolders in Favorites.
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