Each year, I like to get a snapshot of the most popular posts during the year. Hopefully, this is of interest to you, my dear readers. It gives you a feel of the kinds of articles I write and can help you in planning your blog reading time. With all the blogs out there, it’s important to spend your time wisely and read what will help with a problem you’re having or in gaining general knowledge.
Getting All My Email Accounts on One Device
Looking at the stats, I can plainly see that people are still having problems and challenges getting their email, calendar and contacts to work across different platforms. I think it’s getting easier for folks who have email accounts with Outlook.com, Gmail, POP3 and Yahoo to more easily get all their accounts playing nicely on their smart phones or their computer.
Since I enjoy and use Microsoft products, I use Microsoft Outlook 2013 on my desktop, O365 (Microsoft’s Office 365), for my work email and then I have some outlook.com accounts, Gmail, Yahoo and Cox (for my home/personal email). I have all these other accounts (except for Yahoo), set up on my Outlook 2013 and everything works great.
Sometimes, I want to access my email from a web browser, so for that I simply go to http://outlook.com and sign into my outlook account. There, I have my Gmail and all my Outlook.com accounts aggregated in one place, so if I need web access or I’m at my work desktop, everything is always there.
What I write about – Categories
If you blog, perhaps you have a cloud gadget that easily lets your readers know what you enjoy blogging about. Below is my category list. The larger the font size, the more articles you’ll find about the subject. When you go to other blogs, this is a quick way to get a snapshot of subject matter. In 2013, I plan on writing more about WordPress. I’ve been using it since 2008 and have been learning more each month. In the past 2-3 years, I’ve been using WordPress to build simple, but attractive and SEO-friendly websites for solopreneurs or small businesses. If you don’t have a website or want to set up a blog, I’d love to hear from you. Leave a message or comment or email me at lynn (at) extremevirtualsupport (dot) com.
Best wishes to all for the kind of New Year you want – but remember, to get it, you have to take action!