Let’s face it, Task Management is a core part of any project or day at work for that matter.
Every day we have new tasks that come up, get completed or re-assigned to others.
Your task board is one of two types of boards available to you.
For an overview of the features supported on each backlog and board, see Backlog, board, and plan views.
I used Outlook to run my life for almost a decade, and the majority of the training I do is still using Outlook as the support tool.
I also show you in my book how to adapt to Outlook my Empowered Productivity System for managing the details of your life and work.
A question I get a lot is how to sync Outlook Tasks with i Phone.
The technology has changed since I originally wrote this post more than five years ago, and I will attempt to keep it updated with the latest information.
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Microsoft offers these (rather complicated) directions for syncing Outlook for Mac with i Phone. These difficulties are a sample of the reason that I recommend AGAINST Outlook for Mac as a productivity solution.
For other suggestions of productivity tools for Mac users, see this post and this post.
Clicking Custom opens an Outlook window, which enables the Outlook Task to be detailed, delegated, edited, and more.
All your Outlook Tasks will be collected and listed in Outlook (not One Note) under the Task pane.