People App Help

This page features in the support section of the Microsoft website. At the very top of the page, the standard Microsoft website header lists links to the rest of the site. Below this, a narrow blue tape spans the width of the page with three possible links: the first to Windows support; then downloads, community and finally “contact us”. The heading “People App Help” is written in large, black text on the next row, In smaller text, under the heading, we are told which versions of Windows the section applies to, in this case, Windows 10 and Windows 8.1.

To the right-hand side of the heading, three links appear in blue. One link allows you to email the article, another to print and the third takes you to more information about subscribing to RSS Feeds. The next row includes a paragraph that explains how the People app is an address book that links features such as contacts and calendars.

The next part of the website features a screenshot from the app itself, showing a contacts list with the details of one contact highlighted. The next section has the subheading “Getting Started” and three blue links appear beneath. Clicking on each link opens a further paragraph on the same page with more information. A small button offers the option to toggle between showing or hiding all further information.

The next section follows the same style, with a section heading and a list of blue links that open a paragraph with more information. This section refers to contacts and each blue link provides a set of instructions, for example, including how to add or edit contacts.

The next section refers to People on the taskbar followed by an overview paragraph and a further set of blue links to instructions. At the bottom of the page is the date the page was last updated and options Yes or No to answer the question “Did this solve your problem?”

People app

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