There are four main tabs on the Outlook Ribbon. The Ribbon is dynamic, and will change, depending on what view you are in. However, while in Mail view, these tabs are as follows:
Note that the FILE tab is not a typical tab. The FILE tab takes you to the Backstage view where you manage, rather than make changes to, your files.
Functionally related commands in Outlook are organized in groups on each tab. The following table lists the groups found on each tab:
Commands are controls that enable you to accomplish specific tasks, such as creating a new message, forwarding a message, creating new folder, or deleting messages.
There are a number of different view options in Outlook 2013. To customize your Outlook view:
The Outlook Social Connector is an Outlook 2010 and 2013 add-in that allows you to view social network data about your message senders and recipients. The results of the Social Connector appear in the People Pane, which appears at the bottom of the Reading Pane.