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How to view future reminders in Outlook?

In some cases, Outlook users require to view those reminders only triggering in future in Outlook. In this article, I will show you a guidance about how to view only future reminders in Outlook easily.

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To view future reminders in a specified Calendar folder in Outlook, you can do as following:

Step 1: Open the Calendar folder where you will view future reminders, and change its view with clicking the Change View > List on the View tab.

Note: In Outlook 2007, you can change the folder view with clicking the View > Current View > All Appointments.

Step 2: Click the View Settings button on the View tab in Outlook 2010 and 2013, or click the View > Current View > Customize Current View in Outlook 2007.

Step 3: Now a dialog box comes out, and click the Filter button in it.

Step 3: In the Filter dialog box, go to the Advanced tab, you need:

(1) Click the Field > All Appointment fields > Start;

(2) Click the Conditior (Condition) box, and specify the on or after from the drop down list;

(3) In the Value box, enter the Tomorrow;

(4) Click the Add to List button.

Step 4: Go on to add another filter criteria with:

(1) Clicking the Field > All Appointment fields > Reminder;

(2) Clicking the Conditior (or Condition) box, and specifying the equals from the drop down list;

(3) Clicking the Value box, and selecting the Yes from the drop down list.

(4) Click the Add to List button.

Step 5: Clicking two OK buttons to close both dialog boxes.

Now It shows only appointments with reminders which will happen on or after tomorrow in current Calendar folder.

To save the custom calendar folder view, please click the How to save and copy view settings to other folders in Outlook?


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