In the previous part of productivity hacks with Microsoft Outlook I wrote about the importance of offline work, reducing the number of emails to deal with and sorting them for work. Now, it is time to actually plan your work wisely.
Following multiple questions on my recent posts on personal productivity tips (Part 1 and Part 2) from my fellow colleagues who asked for some practical recommendations on how to be more productive at work, I decided to share some useful productivity life hacks you can implement with Outlook.
In the first part, I finished my recommendations about personal productivity on the importance of separating the execution of tasks from their planning. Now, let’s talk about the preparation itself and other, more technical, aspects of efficiency.
Tip 1: Define your goals first "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?' 'That depends a good deal