Using To Do Lists

By | Aug 27, 2008

There’s a great post on OfficeArrow about using to do lists.  I’ve talked previously about using Outlook to manage tasks.  These two articles fit perfectly together.  To do lists are great for keeping you organized and keeping you from losing track of tasks.  Using Microsoft Outlook to track your to do list adds another layer of feedback.  In addition, you can make your task list viewable by your boss, so she always knows where you are on your tasks as well.

Check out OfficeArrow’s article on to do lists.  Be sure to read the comments as well, since they have great information there as well.

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2 Comments so far
  1. Davina (1 comments) September 23, 2008 10:45 pm

    Hi there Jodith. I have followed you from Barbara’s blog. Thank you for subscribing to my blog :-)

    Although I’m not working in an office I have a sneaking suspicion your blog will be a great resource for me. I read your About page and you certainly have a lot of experience and I bet, a lot of wisdom to share.

    I’ve just started using Excel more this year and find it a fascintating program.

    Davinas last blog post..I’m Over The Moon As NBOTW

  2. Jodith (189 comments) September 24, 2008 7:45 am

    Welcome, Davina!  You’ve got a great blog.  I hope other people will find you as well.

    While I set this site up as a resource primarily for administrative support personnel, much of what I write about, especially where the software is concerned, is good for anyone working in an office environment.  I know that as an administrative assistant, I spent a good deal of time just teaching various managers how to use their software properly.

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