How to View Tasks in Outlook
You can view tasks in several different ways in Outlook. In addition to Task view, you can enable the To-Do bar to keep track of tasks while in other views. You can also sort your tasks while in Task view.
You can view tasks and other items flagged for follow-up while in other views, such as Mail or Calendar, by enabling the To-Do bar in those views.
A list of tasks and flagged items appears, organized by the date they are due.
When you enable the To-Do bar, it’s only enabled for the current view; meaning, if you enable it in Mail, it won’t appear in Calendar. You’ll need to enable it in each view separately.
To close the To-Do Bar, click the To-Do Bar button on the View tab and select Off.
In the Tasks view, you’ll find two separate lists of tasks: your To-Do list and your Tasks list.
In the Folder Pane, the My Tasks header will appear with two folders by default.
The selected task list is displayed.
While viewing your tasks, you can sort them by several different categories.
The tasks are sorted by the column that you selected.
Click the column header again to view the list in reverse order.
You can quickly filter out any tasks that you don't need to see by changing the current view.
If the Outlook window is big enough, the Change View button will be replaced with a Views gallery. Click the gallery’s More button to expand it.
Each of the different views will display task items by their relevant fields, such as only tasks that are prioritized, completed, or overdue.
The view is applied to the task list. The following table briefly describes some common Task views.
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