It should appear under 'Get notifications from these senders'. If I also install Office with no customization to the shortcuts (as in a vanilla install), the notifications work correctly and also Outlook appears under 'Get notifications from these senders' within the windows settings. WEAs can be sent by state and local public safety officials, the National Weather Service, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the president of the United States. WEAs look like text messages but are designed to get your attention with a unique sound and vibration repeated twice.
I’m using Outlook on Windows 10 and whenever I receive a new email I do get the notification toast but when I open the Action Center, the message isn’t listed there.
Can I add Outlook’s notifications to the Action Center as well so I can quickly see if I received any new emails while I was away from my computer?
Outlook makes use of Windows 10’s Notifications system but under some circumstances, these Notifications aren’t being added to the Action Center.
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Get Notifications From App
It is however really easy to configure the Action Center to also collect Outlook’s Notifications so you can quickly see which Notifications you’ve missed. Aside from new email alerts, these notifications also include reminders for appointments, meetings and tasks.
To enable this, you can use the Windows 10 Settings app;
- Go to: Start-> Settings-> System-> Notifications & Actions
- Click on Outlook.
- Verify that Notifications is set to On.
- Set “Show notifications in action center” to On.
Outlook Missing From Notifications Senders
Outlook’s Notifications can also be shown in Windows 10’s Actions Center.