To switch to Task view in Outlook, click the Tasks button in the Navigation pane or choose Tasks from the Go menu. The default Tasks view, shown in Figure 30-22, displays active tasks—those not yet completed. They are arranged by due date initially, although you can change the sort order by clicking the column headings (To-Do Title, Status, and so on) at the top of the list.
Strictly speaking, the display shown in Figure 30-22 is the To-Do list—that is, uncompleted tasks. If you want to display all tasks, including completed ones, click the Tasks item under My Tasks in the Navigation pane (Figure 30-23). This view shows all tasks, with completed ones displayed and crossed out.
No Due Date?
Although most tasks have a due date, it is not required. Tasks that do not have a due date are displayed in their own section, No Due Date, when tasks are organized by due date.
While you are viewing tasks, you can open a single task by double-clicking it. You can also perform certain actions with the task by right-clicking it and selecting from the context menu. These actions ...