Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a recurring appointment, part of Outlook 2007: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks.
One best practice in time management is to set aside time to actually schedule…time for your routine organizational tasks.…For example to set aside time each day to review your calendar in your task list.…To set aside time each week to clean out your physical inbox or to set aside…time each week or two weeks or every month to clear out your Outlook mailbox.…Recurring appointments like these are very easy to setup in Outlook.…For example let's go ahead and setup a time each week that we're going to go…through our physical inbox and make sure we get it down to zero.…
I don't want to do it at the very first day of the week and I hate to leave it…till Friday when I'm trying to get all my work done to get out of the office.…So I'm actually going to choose Thursday just select any Thursday and say I'd…like to do this, let me think about this.…Well I don't want to do it first thing in the morning actually the time just…before lunch is the time of the day that I'm least likely to have worked that…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Creating an appointment, event, or meeting
- Inviting others
- Creating recurring meetings
- Flagging emails
- Creating tasks from email or from scratch
- Applying categories to tasks and to-do items
- Completing a task and sending an update
- Setting Calendar and Task List options
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Creating Appointments and Meetings
2. Getting Organized with Flags and Categories
3. Managing Tasks and To-Do List Items
4. Options for Task Lists
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