Learn how to use the time budget and Microsoft Outlook to protect your time. Learn to use it so that you can focus on what's most valuable.
- [Instructor] Now that you have the Time Budgeter,…let's consider how we'll use this in Microsoft Outlook…to protect your time.…We'll also use it to focus on what's most valuable.…Let's look at this note I created in OneNote.…It's a reminder to create a training system for Ella…about how to better manage employees.…Let's walk this through what, when, where processing.…What is the next step?…Well, the next step is to pull out…my systems template and begin writing.…When will it be done?…Well, this is definitely going to take…longer than 15 minutes, so it has to go to the calendar.…
It'll probably take 90 minutes.…So I pull up my time budget calendar first.…This shows me the best time or the time that I've decided…is best to complete this type of activity.…I notice that I put time on Tuesday morning…to work on business systems,…so I'll schedule 90 minutes to work on the systems there.…But I'll schedule this 90 minutes…in my actual calendar not my time budget.…So I need to take care here.…When I click to schedule, I need to have…
- Recall why it is recommended to move your reading pane to the bottom of the screen in Outlook.
- Name the recommended amount of sections to have for your OneNote notes.
- Recognize questions that should not be asked when processing an email.
- List the correct steps for creating an email rule.
- Identify what should be used as a gathering point.
- Recall the benefits of repetition.