Flagging items for follow-up


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Flagging items for follow-up

In prior versions of Outlook, like Outlook 2002 or Outlook 2003, you may have been used to flagging items, to putting an orange flag or green flag or blue flag on an item so that you could sort it quickly, tell it apart from other items, use it as organizational method. In Outlook 2010 when we flag items, it means something very different. When we flag an item we're actually indicating an intent to do something with that item at a fixed point in time.

So for example, if I need to follow up on this site, on this limited time offer, and I can apply a flag that's red or one of the different shades of Pepto-Bismol pink, by choosing a red flag I'm saying I'm going to do something with this Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Next Week. I can also right-click here Today, Tomorrow, This Week, Next Week. So gone are the flags in different colors for organizations instead we have flags that allow us to go in and say, I need to do something with this and I'm going to do something with it...

Flagging items for follow-up
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Flagging items for follow-up provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks

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Business
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Outlook
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