Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing daily or weekly task lists in the calendar, part of Outlook 2007: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks.
So here we are in my Outlook 2007 Calendar.…And in the default new view which is the Day/Week/Month view, I can see my…tasks down here at the bottom, including tasks that I've completed and tasks…that are out in front of me.…Even though, it says Tasks, this is actually pulling from my To-Do List.…It's not actually apparent at first sight, but if you go over to your Tasks and…you go up simply to Tasks List, you will find that there are only a couple of…items out in front of me, whereas on my To-Do List, I have these items this…week and in next week.…
So, when I go back to my Calendar, this might say Tasks, but it's really To-Do.…If I go, take a look at next week, I'll find that I have some items here on next…week as well, and if I open one of these up, it might be a task or it might be…an email message that was flagged which is the case here.…One of the things I like about this is I not only have the ability to manage…my work, but I can easily create a new task here simply by double-clicking, if…
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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