top of page
  • Writer's pictureGavin Jones

Using Microsoft To Do and OneNote Together

  • You can sync tasks from OneNote to Microsoft To Do via Outlook, but it takes time to update.

  • The method described in the transcript only works in OneNote on Windows and a specific version (previously called OneNote 2016).

  • The syncing process involves Outlook, which transfers tasks from OneNote to the Outlook task list, and then they appear in Microsoft To Do.

  • Syncing can take a while, even if tasks were created before recording, as shown in the example.

  • The synced tasks in Microsoft To Do include a link back to the original OneNote page, providing context and additional notes for the task.

Find out more in the video below:


🧑‍🏫 Check out our paid courses at and try coupon VIPMEMBER and MeeTime will pay $18 per month towards your MeeTime Membership each month!

☎️ Ready to start saving time for your organisation? Book a free discovery call to find out more:

🧑‍💻 Not sure? Sign up for an upcoming webinar here:

👨‍🏫 Do it yourself? Get our free Teams training deck here:



🍻 If you liked this video or it helped you out at all, then please consider either:

- using Super Thanks above (just under the video) or

- buying me a beer to help support the channel to keep making free content:

(it is entirely optional and only a one-off payment, no subscription is required)

- Thinking of buying a Tesla? Use referral code:

...and we both get credits towards free supercharging miles or other accessories

- In the UK and want to get cheap, green energy? Switch to Octopus Energy using this code:

...and we both get £50 towards our bill

54 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page