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Windows Phone 8 Apps : Calendar (part 7) - The To-Do List - Creating a New Task, Editing a Task

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The To-Do List

If you choose to synchronize the Task List from your Exchange Server mailbox (this can include Microsoft Hotmail, Live, and Outlook.com email accounts), the items from the Task List display in the calendar’s To-Do view. Of course, you are free to use To-Do view whether or not you are synchronizing tasks with an Exchange mailbox.

Creating a New Task

You can create a new task by opening the calendar and following these steps:

1. Switch to To-Do view.

2. Tap the New icon.

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3. Tap Subject to enter a name for the task.

4. Tap Account to change the email account associated with the task. Remember that only an Exchange-based account works with To Do items.

5. Flick right on Reminder if you want to set up an alert for when the task is due.

6. Tap Due Date to select when the task needs to be completed.

7. Tap Priority to assign the task a priority of High, Low, or Normal.

8. Tap Save to save the task.

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Notes

If you scroll down the screen, you can also access a Notes field to add notes about the to-do task that you want to keep in mind.


Editing a Task

If you need to modify a task, you can do so by opening the Calendar and following these steps:

1. Switch to To-Do view.

2. Tap the task you want to edit.

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3. Tap the Edit button.

4. Make your modifications.

5. Tap the Save button.

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>>>Go Further: Postponing a Task

If you need to postpone a task, you can easily do so by modifying the task as described here. However, Windows Phone 8 also provides a shortcut that you can use if you want to postpone a task until tomorrow. To move a task to tomorrow, open the Calendar, go to To-Do view, tap and hold the task you want to postpone, and select Postpone a Day. You can use this same procedure to delete a task or move up its due date to the current calendar day.

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