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:
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