There are a few things you can do to try and fix this issue:
- Make sure your Google Calendar is up-to-date. If you’ve recently changed any of your calendar settings, make sure to update them all (including the time zone).
- Verify that you’re using the correct Google account for your Calendar. If you’re not sure which account you’re using, go to your Google Account settings and look under “Calendar.”
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I use a combination of Google Calendar, Todoist, and RescueTime. I keep my tasks organized by project, and I try to complete them as soon as possible.
Outlook tasks are saved in the “Tasks” folder in your Outlook mailbox.
Outlook tasks disappear when you close Outlook or if your computer crashes. If you want to keep your tasks, you need to save them to your computer or the cloud.
To edit a task in Microsoft, open the task’s details page (by clicking on its icon in the Taskbar or by searching for it using the Windows Search bar), and then click on the “Edit” link next to its name.
No, Microsoft is not planning to replace tasks.
There is no one definitive answer to this question. Every person’s day on tasks will be different. Some people may spend more time on tasks that require concentration, while others may spend more time on tasks that require less concentration.
There are a few ways to get your tasks back in Outlook:
If you have a task that you no longer want in your inbox, you can drag it to the Deleted Items folder.
If you want to keep a task but don’t want it visible in your inbox, you can create a “To Do” item and mark it as “Private”.
You can also use the Outlook Tasks web app.