Introducing tasks


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Introducing tasks

Outlook comes with a built-in mechanism for handling all your To-Do's and it's called Tasks. It's a little hard to find. Click on the three dots next to People in the navigation bar and choose Tasks. However, if I want it to show all the time, I can select Navigation Options and change the maximum number of visible items to 4. Clicking on OK will make my Tasks list show up in the navigation bar. I can hover my mouse over it for a quick peek at my To-Do List or I can click once to actually, get into my tasks.

There's a couple of things that we can see right away. The first thing is that there's a couple of my follow-up actionable items are in here, too. That's because Outlook considers these tasks. It's going to group it as part of my big To-Do List. I can actually separate my task list into each email account that I have such as my Exchange file and My Outlook Data File. If I click on my To-Do List, I can see them all in one place. You'll also notice that this ...

Introducing tasks
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Introducing tasks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton as part of the Outlook 2013 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Outlook
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