Do you always keep your task list handy for when the Manager calls?

Last updated by Tanya Leahy [SSW] 29 days ago.See history

In today’s busy work environment, it is crucial to stay organized and be ready to update your Manager on your tasks at any moment. Using Microsoft Loop in a Teams Tab can help you manage your tasks effectively.

notebook task list
Figure: Bad example - Unorganized tasks written in a notebook

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Figure: Good example - Organized task list using Loop in a Teams tab

Steps to use Loop in a Teams tab

  1. Create a Loop Component: In Microsoft Loop, create a shared workspace | Add a Loop component
  2. Add Tasks: Enter all your tasks, deadlines, and priorities into the Loop component
  3. Copy Loop URL to Teams Tab: Dedicate a tab in a chat | Copy URL | Rename tab
  4. Regular Updates: Regularly update the status of your tasks in the Loop component to keep it current
  5. Instant Access: Ensure the Teams Tab with the Loop component is easily accessible so you can quickly pull it up when your Manager calls

By maintaining an organized and up-to-date task list in Loop, you will always be prepared to provide a comprehensive status update to your Manager. This not only helps in staying productive but also demonstrates your organizational skills and reliability.

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