New: Saving Outlook To-Do Bar Views (plus Video)
You may recall that the first step of getting started with my MYN and 1MTD systems in Outlook is to customize the Window Outlook To-Do Bar to make it more effective with tasks—how to do that is shown in nearly all my trainings and books.
But there’s a problem: by default, you can’t save those customizations to a saved view like you can with other Outlook list views. That means that you can’t easily create and switch to different views in the To-Do Bar, and then switch back to the standard MYN or 1MTD views, and that’s too bad.
But, it turns out that with a few newly discovered tweaks to Outlook, you can. This is huge new benefit, something that many of my readers have been asking for, for years.
Trouble with Outlook 2016 in latest Office 365 Update
For those of you that subscribe to Office 365, you know that you can receive updates to Office with new features quite regularly—it’s one of the advantages to that subscription. But it can sometimes work against you. Specifically, in a new release that came out in October, Microsoft inserted a problem in Outlook 2016. But there’s a workaround.
Asking Microsoft for More Outlook Features
Microsoft is constantly changing desktop Outlook, usually for better (and occasionally for worse as mentioned above). But what many don’t know is that you, the user, can have a say in what features Microsoft adds and removes. It’s called UserVoice and it’s built into Outlook—you just click a button and type in your suggestions.
Updated Videos Added to the One-Minute Project Management video course
If you own the One-Minute Project Management video class (1MPM), we’ve just updated the two Toodledo videos in that class. So the fifth video and the eleventh video in the class work better with the latest Toodledo design. And some new principles were added.