Redirect Emails to Microsoft To-Do as Tasks
This guide shows you how to create a rule to redirect certain email messages to Microsoft To-Do as tasks.
Microsoft To-Do can be used to manage all miscellaneous tasks and to organize your day. You can add the following flow and mailbox rule to redirect actionable emails to your personal task list. Before you do, add the following lists to your account and share them with others:
- This Week - [YOUR INITIALS] (e.g. This Week - CL)
- Next Week - [YOUR INITIALS] (e.g. Next Week - CL)
from your internet browser and create a new folder by clicking "New Folder" (pictured below). Name that folder "Create Task."
Next, create a new rule by clicking settings, view all Outlook settings, Rules, and "Add new rule."
Input the following rule:
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