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Every morning, right before I let her out, Bamboo plants her paws in front of my feet and casually leans into a perfect and seemingly effortless Downward-Facing Dog asana, this simplest of yoga poses.
And every morning I admire—or is it envy?—her unencumbered life, her absence of guile, her lack of…multiple email accounts, calendars, and devices. It’s possible that through this desire for simplicity that I finally figured out I don't have to juggle several different kinds of software on several difference devices to manage my own busy, laden, and not guileless life.
Are you using Outlook 2010 the way it should be used, with all your email accounts in one place? Are you making use of integrated work, personal, and shared calendars? How about tracking of your associates, family, friends (and friends of friends of friends) with the Outlook Social Connector? And are you doing all of this on your desktop, your tablet, AND your phone? Or are you curled up in Child’s Pose with your head down and your body curled up like a baby?
This video shows you how to achieve balance and manage what matters to you using Outlook 2010. Then, and only then, will you be prepared to face the day in Virabhadrasana, Warrior Pose II.
Maybe it's just my browser (Firefox 8.0), but but I don't see a link to or player for "this video". Is it just me?
Hi Vinokoor. Hm. Not sure why you can't see it. I tested it in IE, Firefox, and a coupl eof other browsers and and all work. Some sort of issue wtih your firewall? You can also view the video (and I suggest you do - it's very fun) on the Office.com site: office.microsoft.com/.../manage-what-matters-with-outlook-2010-FX102763913.aspx
@vinokoor: Easily tested by checking if you can access other YouTube videos (its what it is; a youtube video). You can also try this link:
I liked the video though I also think its a bit too far fetched for me. Here it almost seems as if people let Outlook "run" their lives which doesn't look like the best solution to me ;-)
Still, having recently started giving Outlook 2010 a try run myself it is true that the program is quite flexible; even more than I expected. And having the agenda and tasklist right at the same place is /very/ useful.
Thanks for sharing!
I really appreciate Outlook 2010 for my daily work, although I don´t use it to organize my daily yoga poses ;-) I like this video, it shows Oulook in a fresh looking way.
I wonder where these fresh colors (shown in the calendar view used in the video), especially the blue? I can´t see such a bright blue on my outlook version.
@Ulrika: Thank you! I'm off to look at that video right now. Also, whe you have a moment, would you email me at email@example.com? I have a question to ask you (regarding your video and comments). Thanks!
You guys make things way too appealing :-)
So there I was down below still trying hard to avoid the inevitable, now I 'joined the ranks' so to speak ;-)
Truth be told; not solely based on your (excellent) video's but they were a big influence. Still, to me this video seems to focus more on the whole Office environment instead of just Outlook, which could distract some people I think. Doesn't take away the fact that its a very nice /and/ honest demonstration!
Alas, having spend 3 mornings with getting a cup of tea, firing up Outlook and checking the schedule (optionally checking my alerts too) I now wholeheartidly agree; it has you covered! Big time.
@ShelLuser: Thanks for your lovely comment - It's great to hear that Outlook is working its magic on you...
Annik - i'm looking for some help with MSO Calendar. All the new activities I schedule keep disappearing after about an hour. I'll schedule a three day event and it will show up for about a hour, then it just deletes itself automatically. I can't figure out why. Know anyone that could help me figure out why?
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