Creating and Assigning Meeting Tasks

Typically, most meetings result in action items for attendees. Now you can easily track these tasks in the meeting workspace. You can create tasks, set their priority, assign them to attendees, and track their status to completion.

In this exercise, you will create and assign a task and then edit the task to indicate that it is complete.


To complete this task, you must have completed the first exercise in this chapter, "Creating a Meeting Workspace."

BE SURE TO start Microsoft Outlook before beginning this exercise.

  1. In the Navigation Pane, click Calendar.

    Outlook displays your calendar for today.

  2. In the Navigation Pane, click the date of the Document Review meeting.

    Outlook displays your schedule for the ...

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