Outlook Mail Integration
Having a quick way to convert emails in Outlook to tasks that show up in Microsoft To-Do.
If you have enabled the ‘Flagged email’ option from settings in To Do, then any email you flag in Outlook will show up under the ‘Flagged email’ smartlist.
From the Outlook web app, you can create a task out of an email by right-clicking —> Advanced actions —> Create task. You can also select a message in the body of an email and create a task out of it.
flagged emails have to open in the Outlook office desktop app, not on OWA !
What I need is NOT outlook.com ！As an office user, I would like the Microsoft To-Do can integrate "outlook" in the office.
alisha oberoi commented
It's almost impossible to find experienced Individuals for this particular subject, however, you sound like you know what you are talking about!
Need to be able to drag and drop email into a task list. And have the To Do app open Outlook desktop for linked/flagged messages.
Anton Granger commented
Would be great to be able to drag and drop an email into the task list. Maybe having a link to email within the task app, so when you click on the reference link it will open back up in Microsoft outlook
It would be great to be able to make a flagged email on the Desktop Outlook app for Mac, into a task in To-Do
should be able to open the email in the outlook program not the web outlook
Andrew Demack commented
Tasks created in To Do from a flagged email in Outlook (Win10) then open in the Outlook web app rather than in the native program which created the To Do item. I don't find that all that useful, would be much much much much much better to round-trip back to Outlook. I don't use the Outlook web app, why would I when there's a native app
From the Outlook app also be able you can create a task out of an email.
Hi - just having 'Flagged' or 'Create Task' is of little or no use as it dumps EVERYTHING into one long unsorted list of 'flagged emails' or 'Tasks' in todo. The ideal would be to be able to drop/ save the email into the specific 'lists' one has created, so you can save related tasks together. (similar to how OneNote works - you can save the email to a specific tab or page even. so you can gather related things into manageable groups.
One LONG list in Todo is NOT really that helpful.
I know you can then move the unsorted tasks into the lists manually, but that is double trouble and more hassle than iit needs to be. Wont use Todo in this format. I don't care where a tasks comes from, im interested in what project it relates to.
Would like a full to-do list to show up when I try to email a list. It cuts off the list 3/4 of the way through.
Bob G. commented
Flagged email from Outlook client on PC takes to long to sync to TO DO client on PC.
Piyush Arora commented
Anyway I can flag a mail on Outlook Mobile app and the flagged mail is visible on to do app??
I would like the option to open up flagged items in the outlook desktop app and not always taken to the online version. This would be amazing if we can do this.
Martin Walter commented
Just a simply Option to chooce witch email client i want to use be opeing flagged emails
Outlook online, outlook App, or the real Office outlook.
All i need
The fact that I can't flag my emails from my gmail account and have them turned into tasks in MS To Do is ridiculous. It's the reason I won't be using Outlook anymore. Also, requiring a PoP account to use Categories...? Is this 1991? Who uses PoP!?!
terri stone commented
If I understand this correctly , u can do this. I use regularly.
Just setup a “quick step” so when ur in an email you select the quickstep u setup and it will take the email and make it a task.
But I must not be understanding the request because the developer who responded should of know this!
Dean Crofts commented
why do categories used in outlook not match lists in to do? currently it is a 2 step process of categorising tasks if we want to use outlook on the web and microsoft to-do - more integration required ala outlook desktop - the interface of outlook desktop is looking very dated though!
Loveneet Singh commented
I would like to get an email to my configurable when the reminder is fulfilled. the flag emails comes with unneccesary info that must be ommited and it's too much time for a busy person. Though I mostly like to work in Outlook desktop version when i open an email and not the online version.
masood awan commented