Outlook is most known for being one of the most popular email clients in the business setting. In addition to that, it also provides a basic task management feature, which lets you quickly capture your tasks and to-dos, to work on them at a later time.
When combined with Priority Matrix, the best project management for Outlook, you can easily migrate those Outlook tasks into a more comprehensive solution. If nothing else, sending your Outlook tasks to Priority Matrix will help you keep every task in one place, where it won’t be overlooked. Happily, this is achievable through a few simple steps.
Importing Outlooks Tasks on Windows
- Open your Outlook Tasks as well as your Priority Matrix
- Shrink the screens so they are both visible
- Drag and drop your Outlook Task into the project where they belong
See the following video that demonstrates the process of dragging and dropping Outlook tasks into Priority Matrix.
Using task connectors to sync Outlook and Priority Matrix
If you are looking for a more permanent solution, you might want to take a look at the Priority Matrix connectors, which keep your Priority Matrix account automatically synced with Outlook Calendar, Microsoft ToDo and other systems. We prioritize adding new integrations when users like you request them, so don’t hesitate to ask!
Finally, if you’re more interested in learning how to use Outlook Mail and Priority Matrix on Windows, we got you covered too.