Understanding tasks, the to-do items, and the Daily Task List


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Understanding tasks, the to-do items, and the Daily Task List

In some prior versions of Outlook, flags came in different colors; blue, orange, yellow, and so on, and were used purely for organizing, for sorting, and for categorizing your Outlook items, your mail, your calendar items, and so on. When we flag in Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 what we're saying is this is an item we want to do something more with at a particular point in time. This item isn't a Task, but it's very much like a Task, it's called a To-Do Item. So if I go to My Tasks List here and look at Tasks, what I'll see is a list of things that were created here only as Tasks.

So I double-clicked and created a new Task for example. I chose New Task and filled out a New Task Form, and that's how items get on the Tasks List. The To-Do List on the other hand includes those items, everything that's on the Tasks List, but also includes anything that I flag, any flagged E-mail, any flagged Contact. So in a prior movie we went in and flagged Glenda Therman to be ab...

Understanding tasks, the to-do items, and the Daily Task List
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Understanding tasks, the to-do items, and the Daily Task List 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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