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Old 08-11-2016, 05:35 PM
ivanjay205 ivanjay205 is offline How to view to do list from multiple Sections Windows 10 How to view to do list from multiple Sections Office 2016
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Hi all,

I always struggle with this one. I love OneNote and want to use it more but this holds me back. I run a design team (similar to an architect) and oversee many projects concurrently (as many as 20 or more at a time). I give each client a section group and under them each project a section. Within each section multiple pages.

However, it is easy to forget to check for "to do" items throughout the various projects. I wish I could have one main summary page somewhere or a docked view on the side that always remains showing all of my open to do items.

I tried loading them into Outlook but that seems a bit overwhelming.

Any ideas on the best way to handle this?

Thanks in advance for your help!

-Ivan
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