Using Outlook 2013 with MYN/1MTD

Dec 17, 2012

Just a quick reminder, for those of you already migrating to the trial versions of Outlook 2013 (full versions do not come out till February probably), you can use all my Outlook 2010 instructions for setting up and managing MYN/1MTD tasks in Outlook 2013. That’s because there are virtually no differences in the Outlook task features between Outlook 2010 and 2013.

The only substantial difference is in how you display the To-Do Bar with tasks, and that is written up at this link:

http://www.oneminutetodolist.com/blog/outlook-2013-fixing-the-harder-to-open-to-do-bar/

And don’t forget that I wrote an overview of Outlook 2013 here:

http://www.oneminutetodolist.com/blog/new-version-of-windows-outlook-coming-outlook-2013/

And I talked about where to get a trial version of Outlook 2013 here:

http://www.oneminutetodolist.com/blog/office-2013-trials-its-time-to-switch-from-preview-to-evaluation/

Good luck!

Michael

5 thoughts on “Using Outlook 2013 with MYN/1MTD

  1. Jonas

    Hi Michael,
    from your blog posts, it seems the step up from Outlook 2010 to 2013 isn’t that big. Still, any plans for a new edition of “Total Workday Control” now that Office 2013 is about to ship?
    Would hate to update my 2nd edition with 3rd, if a new one is coming.

    Anyway, I look forward to getting back into the system -
    best regards
    Jonas

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  2. Michael Linenberger Post author

    Hi Jonas
    You are right, not a big step for tasks when moving from Outlook 2010 to 2013. We do plan to update the book with a 4th Ed, due out in or around August. No big changes though, these links above cover most of those now. Just lots of small changes, and more emphasis on the difference between 1MTD and MYN. Hope that helps!
    Michael

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  3. Nadine

    I read your posts, they are very interesting.
    I need urgent assistance. I work with OUTLOOK 2010 and installed the 2013 experience.
    Did not suit me and I went back to 2010, the search gets stuck on OUTLOOK and WINDOWS.
    Very important to me to fix, you know a solution?
    Thanks

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    1. Michael Linenberger Post author

      Nadine, sorry, I don’t know the solution. Maybe to a web search? One thought. In your Windows Control Panel, search on Indexing Options and make sure indexing is turned on. There should be a link there on troubleshooting. Maybe that will help. All I can think of, Michael

      Reply

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