Did you know OneNote and Outlook are well connected? You can send emails via Outlook right from OneNote. And you can track your To-Do list in both of them at the same time. This post shows you how.
Turn notes into emails
Let’s say you’ve just finished taking notes at a meeting and want to send them to meeting attendees. In OneNote, on the Home tab, click E-mail Page.
Outlook opens, and your OneNote page is turned into an email–just add meeting attendees and send.
Syncing to-do task lists in OneNote and Outlook
Maybe you’ve made notes in OneNote on a bunch of things that you need to get done. You can add these as tasks and track them in both OneNote and Outlook at the same time.
In OneNote, highlight the tasks you want to add to your Outlook task list, then click Outlook tasks and decide when you want to complete them by:
They appear in Outlook on your To-Do list.
Also, when you mark a task as completed in Outlook, it will show up as completed in OneNote and vice versa–pretty cool.