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Using the To-Do Bar in Outlook

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Are you looking for a simple way to keep on top of your tasks and calendar, all from the inbox tab within Outlook?

If you are, then you need to start using the “To-Do Bar” in Outlook. If you’ve never heard about the To-Do Bar before or you don’t know how to access it, don’t worry. We’ll give you a quick rundown of what the To-Do Bar is, as well as a quick video tutorial showing you how to use it.

So, what exactly is the “To-Do Bar” in Outlook and what is it used for?

The To-Do Bar displays your calendar, upcoming meetings, appointments, and an integrated task list, as well as your contacts all from your inbox.

The To-Do bar is one of Outlook’s primary productivity features. Outlook users can use it to display their calendar, appointment reminders and list of tasks when they’re not using the task feature in Outlook. This gives them a glimpse of their day without having to switch between different views within Outlook.

Microsoft Outlook is a secure and feature-rich email and calendar platform. It has all the features and capabilities needed to keep your entire workforce organised and connected. Outlook seamlessly integrates with other Microsoft 365 apps, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Want to learn how to use the essential features across Microsoft 365? Then check out our YouTube channel. We have a tonne of video tutorials showing you how to access and use intelligent tools that keep you productive across Teams, Outlook, Excel and more.

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