In part one of this series we discussed where there are ways to improve outlooks task management capabilities and how to integrate successfully and setup One Note to begin utilizing it as a project management tool if you'd like a recap visit here. In this article, we're going to take it to the next level by showing you how to organize correctly and efficiently implement the One Note integration so that you can always stay on top of your tasks.
Using Your New Task-to-OneNote Integration
Whenever new tasks get added to your plate regardless if they're from an email your boss sends you, assignments provided by a project manager, or anywhere else, the process is the same; create the work in Outlook Tasks, highlight it (click on the task) and then select the OneNote icon at the top of the Tasks page.
First, OneNote (ON) will ask what section to place this new “page.” This is where you select the Project where this task belongs once completed ON will import the task automatically.