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Old 22nd September 2004, 01:18 PM
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Lightbulb How to make any task dialable/callable in Power Tasks?

Question: How to make any task dialable/callable in Power Tasks? I would like to be able to enter some of my tasks in Outlook on my desktop PC and have them automatically 'dialable' like you can when you enter new tasks in Power Tasks with contact information.

Response: All you need to do when creating your new task in Outlook on the desktop PC is to include an at-sign @ within the subject of your task. For example: "Follow up with John @ 414-555-1212" When you synchronize your data to your Smartphone, this task will be recognized by Power Tasks and you'll be able to place the call simply by pressing the Dial/Call button on your phone when you have that item highlighted in the Power Tasks main screen.
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Old 14th January 2005, 01:33 AM
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Thank you very much for the answer.

Would the "@" sign work anywhere? For example, I would like to enter the phone number along with my contact name in the calander section. That way, I don't have to leave the calander area, go grab the phone number from the contact section, and then dial it!

I am using an i700.

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