- From: SteveO <SteveO@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 18:12:00 -0700
I have searched in vain for a white paper or a video on Microsoft that shows
the methodology for managing tasks in Outlook.
I have explored the methodology used in the Franklin Planner add in Franklin
Planner for MS Outlook and the David Allen GTD product. I have also searched
the microsoft site to no avail. I am looking for the process for using the
How do you create a priortized daily todo list.
How do you keep the important task in focus.
I use the task list to dump all items there to get them out of my head and
on to a system to be able to manage them. The problem is that the important
tasks get lost in the weeds. There does not seem to be an ability to schedule
a task for a certain day without converting it to an appointment.
The product team had to have some idea on how to manage tasks with outlook.
This follows the 80/20 rule. 80 percent of the projects require 20% of the
functionality of MS Project.
I was hoping to use Outlook to manage life's projects.
A link or pointer plz
It can't be too easy to use.
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