Working with the Weather Bar in Outlook 2013 – A Primer

The Weather Bar in Outlook 2013 makes it easy for you to know the weather in any city and gives you relevant insight to plan your meeting and travel schedules.

Working with the Weather Bar in Outlook 2013 – A Primer

Gone are the days, when people used to be dependent on the newspapers or the television news to know about a city’s weather forecast. Now, you can get it right from your email client, thanks to the new Weather Bar Feature in MS Outlook 2013. Yes, you heard us right! MS Outlook has come up with an interesting and a very important feature called the Weather Bar. Read on to know about this useful feature introduced in Outlook 2013.
Weather Bar feature, as the name suggests has been developed to update the user with the weather conditions of any city. The best thing about it is that it is located in the calendar of Outlook, which makes it even easier to access. Moreover, this feature doesn’t give you weather forecasts about just one or two cities but the cities worldwide. In other words, you can check out the current weather of any city of the world sitting anywhere in the world with just a few clicks.
Now, let us throw some light on how the Weather Bar feature works in Outlook 2013. Just open the Calendar in Outlook and you will see a default city displayed there. You can easily add another city of your choice by clicking in the down arrow and then clicking on the Add Location tab and choose a city already mentioned or type the name of the city of your choice. After this, just click on the Search button. Once the search button is pressed, you can check out the weather for Today or Tomorrow by moving the mouse over these two options.
In case, you don’t like the weather feature, you can also disable it with utmost ease. Just click on the Calendar tab again and scroll down towards the Weather option and simply, remove the tick from the Show Weather tab. After this, you will not be able to see the weather conditions of any place from Outlook.
Another interesting fact about the Weather Bar is that is enables you to easily go back to the previous cities or even remove them from your list, if you no longer require them. For this, all you need to do is again click on the down arrow for the city options and click ‘X’ to remove it from your list. This is not all; you can also get the temperature settings from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice-versa in the weather bar, as per your wish.
So, next time if you wish not to get drenched in rain or dried under the hot sun while heading out of office, check out the updates from the Weather Bar in MS Outlook 2013. Use the weather bar feature to enjoy the convenience of moving from one place to another depending upon the climatic conditions of that place. Thanks to Microsoft for linking to their own MSN weather site, so that users can use this interesting weather bar feature within Outlook with utmost ease.
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