Provide a feature to retain table when creating tasks from an email in Microsoft Outlook 2016
Currently, while creating tasks from an email, the table present or created in an email is getting converted to text which should not happen as a normal behavior. It should be retained as a table even when the task is successfully created avoiding any unwanted change in formatting and avoiding mistakes with the layout.
Cal Todd commented
Provide the option to create a task from an email you are drafting so you can follow up on it. (This as an option in addition to flagging it). This would eliminate the step of having to open up the message after it has been sent to create the task.
Retaining attachments would be very helpful as well.
Alternatively, maybe creating a "link" back to the original email would be even better. Extra credit for listing all associated tasks when viewing linked email.
There is a feature to convert an email to a meeting invite, which brings the subject line and all the contents of that email into the meeting invite.
Similarly a feature to convert an email to a task will help bring the subject and contents of the email to the task before it can be assigned.
Créer une tâche à partir d'un courriel
Create a task from an email
Pouvoir créer une tâche à même un courriel (contenue du courriel visible), sans avoir a aller dans tâche. Créer une tâche et joindre le courriel, aussi garder une copie du courriel dans la liste des courriels reçus et ou envoyer.
Be able to create a task from an email (contained in the visible email), without having to go to task. Create a task and attach the email, also keep a copy of the email in the list of received emails and or send.