There’s a lot you can do with your Hotmail Account, from sending an email to editing a word document online, let’s see what are the main Hotmail features and how to use them, shall we start?
Hotmail basic features
First of all, you need a Hotmail account, if you don’t know how to create one look our simple tutorial here Create Hotmail Account we’re going to go to hotmail.com in our web browser to sign in, write your email address and password and now you’re on your inbox, in left side you’ll the email menu, this is what you can do.
Inbox: Access your inbox email, here you can see all messages people has sent you, you can erase, mark as read or as favorite until 35 messages at the time, it’s actually your home page when you enter Hotmail.
Junk: Most of the time spam and irrelevant things, you may want to erase this once at month, but when you register in a new service or social network your invitation/registration email may end up here, so check it when registering in facebook/twitter i.e.
Drafts: Saved and unfinished emails, if you can’t finish an idea, you can save an email to continue later. If you’re writing a message and close the window, it’ll save as a draft automatically so you can finish it. Really useful for a blackout i.e.
Sent: This folder contains all emails you’ve sent, if you attach files to the message, it will be here so you can download it again.
Deleted: Messaged you’ve erased, you can undo this and send it back to its original folder. The deleted messages will disappear permanently after 30 days.
Other accounts: If you connect accounts from an external service (Such as Gmail or Yahoo) it will appear here, you can click on it and you’ll see the inbox from that account, you can’t see the sent, drafts or junk folder from here.