Display Outlook Calendar Tasks on Windows desktop with DeskTask and Calendar on your Windows desktop. By pulling the calendar items and Task List items right from Outlook, DeskTask keeps you up-to-date and in front of your schedule. This freeware is highly customizable as well, so you can tailor it to fit your needs. Here’s a screenshot of what it looks like on your desktop.
Display Outlook Calendar & Tasks on Windows desktop
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DeskTask for Windows 10
After you install the application, it will place its icon in your system tray. By default, it will pull up to 5 days of Calendar items. To change this, right-click on the DeskTask icon in your system tray and select Options. The General tab allows you to set the refresh time and language for an item, as well as assign a hotkey to refresh the item. You can also right-click on the item and select Refresh.
You can change the colors, fonts and transparency of the item under the Display tab. Additionally, you can also choose to show a shadow for the item. You can increase the number of days that calendar items are shown for by changing the settings under the Calendar tab. By default, the calendar will show five days worth of items, but you can increase this if you need to.
The Task tab has several options to help you organize your tasks. You can show only today’s tasks, set priorities, or show completed tasks with a strike mark. You can also right-click on an item to set its position or lock it.
Overall, this is an excellent application for managing your Outlook calendar and tasks. You don’t have to open Outlook to quickly check your calendar, which is great. I’ve been using it for a while and love it.
Can you show tasks on the Outlook calendar?
To view your Daily Task List in the Outlook Calendar, go to View > Daily Task List. From here, you can click on Normal or Off to toggle the task list on or off. You can also drag the task list up or down to change its position.
Does Outlook have a Kanban board?
Yes, you can pin cards and include useful information regarding a project, but only if you’re using Outlook on the web.
Hello, My name is Shari & I am a writer for the ‘Outlook AppIns’ blog. I’m a CSIT graduate & I’ve been working in the IT industry for 3 years.