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Group tasks in Outlook 2010

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Is there any way to add layers of tasks in Outlook 2010? Or group tasks?

Say we have a project with multiple tasks linked to it. Can we creat a project and link tasks to it?
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You can create new tasks folders under the main one, and group related tasks under that -- will that achieve what you are after?

Right-click on the "Tasks" folder > New Folder > Name it what you want

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That's it!!

So simple, thanks for your help
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