Project Master List

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  1. Daniel Anderson

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    Hi everyone, just starting the implementation and getting my digital tools in order.

    Question I have is that I will be using Microsoft ToDo, OneNote and Outlook.

    Actions: Outlook Tasks / ToDo
    Reference: OneNote
    Project Support Materials: OneNote.

    Question is what to use for the Project Master List.....

    Any advice?
     
  2. mcogilvie

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    The project list is just another list, so it’s usually and conveniently kept with your other lists. Some people like to split the list up, e.g. work/personal or perhaps a delegated project list.
     
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    When I looked at Microsoft to-do I created a list section called Projects - The projects were simply tasks nested under that section based on area of focus (sales, clients). Worked fine but I didn't want my personal information on there or two separate lists.
     
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    I think what I am going to try out is ToDo as the Project Master List, then place a link to the OneNote Section for the Support Materials (if there are any)
     
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