When I ask people how to effectively use Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook with Exchange or Microsoft Office 365, they usually reply to it in good use of mail, calendars, and contacts, but they don’t really use or understand the idea of a task. These tasks are a very effective way to manage what you need to do and get their reminders.
If I am a student and I want to create a task, I will be here to finish the task and create a new task. Every teacher has a deadline for a job, usually on Monday. Now, you will set a reminder for the delay level and change the reminder time to when I start. Now the reminding will be effective. If it repeats a week, you can use events. Now another thing is to use categories. I can organize tasks according to categories.
Now, I’ll show you how to set up a short message reminder that, when you are not in the system, you can receive a text message to remind you of your task or bill. Now that you have everything, you can see a percentage when you start the task. Here, I have some support statements and billing, then I open it, return it and distribute the bill to the customer.
I hope you can use them in daily life to improve efficiency.