Whether you’re managing events or running your department, your tasks have a definite goal with a beginning and end date. It doesn’t matter if you’re flying solo or working with others, you need a good project management tool to stay on track. And you might already have one!
Microsoft® Outlook® tasks have many features that enable you to set up project tasks, status reporting and assignments with ease.
Managing Projects With Outlook will show you how to:
Use categories to define tasks
Employ task subfolders to create repeatable project plans
Assign tasks (or choose not to and still get work done through others)
Work with Outlook tasks across platforms like OneNote and SharePoint
View a Free 2-Minute Clip of Managing Projects With Outlook from Melissa Esquibel:
Outlook is more than just email!
Microsoft® Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel will help you uncover little-known secrets in Outlook that can turn it into a formidable project management tool. Whether you’re managing one project or juggling a few at a time, this session is for you.
You’ll even see a neat trick you can do to automatically calculate start and end dates by leveraging task data in Excel!
The recording is applicable to all versions of Outlook. Discover how to empower Outlook to do more! Managing Projects With Outlook shows you how.
Mary Ellen Slayter Editor, Administrative Professional Today
P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Managing Projects With Outlook fails to meet your needs, we will refund 100% of your purchase price—no hassles, no questions asked.
About Your Trainer:
Melissa Esquibel is a Microsoft® Certified Trainer. She combines her 25+ years' experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal is to help you understand the amazing workflow benefits of Microsoft Office.
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