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    Nathan commented  · 

    My company is experimenting with Microsoft Bookings. If someone books with us and opens the confirmation email using the Outlook iOS app, they currently have no way to add the attached .ics file to their calendar.

    This is a major flaw, and it may cause us to reconsider using Bookings.

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    This would be incredibly useful!

    I'm trying to figure out how to set up Bookings so as to get our GoToMeeting URL to the customer in one simple step. We don't want to put the URL in the service location field (i.e. on the public-facing Bookings page), so the easiest and most effective way to get the URL to the customer would be to simply include it in the calendar invite! We

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    Nathan commented  · 

    The ability to link Tasks together would be extremely helpful. Here's where I'm coming from: for years, I've used a product at work called eProductivity, which sits on top of Lotus Notes Mail. eProductivity has the option to create a Project (really a modified task document) and link tasks, emails, contacts, and calendar entries to the Project -- and, what's more, view all linked items from within the Project document.

    See here for a screenshot illustrating what I'm talking about: https://www.screencast.com/t/Fq6WEc6rHK3

    Furthermore, in eProductivity, if I open a task that is linked to a Project, the linked Project is shown as a field in the task document: https://www.screencast.com/t/wOuWBWXXs1

    Now, I realize Planner already has a sort of ability to link tasks to projects, and I get the sense that Microsoft is working on syncing Planner tasks to Outlook Tasks. Maybe Planner tasks synced to Outlook could include a field to show what Bucket and/or Plan they're connected to.

    Ultimately, however it might be achieved, my ideal would be to have some way to link projects to actions, so that, for each project, I have to look in only one place to see everything I have to do for a given project. It would also be ideal for all this information to sync to mobile with as few steps as possible.

    I know you guys aren't miracle-workers, but you've done a lot of exciting stuff with Office 365, and I'm looking forward to whatever comes next :)

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    Nathan commented  · 

    Currently, Quick Steps can operate only on emails. I'd love it if they could work on Tasks as well.

    Part of the equation for me is that I'm trying to achieve a seamless experience between Outlook and the To-Do mobile app. My ideal Quick Step would run:
    1. Create a Task with text of message
    2. Move Task to folder "_______"
    3. Move email to folder "_______"

    Thank you!

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    I'm trying to achieve the same outcome as Joris. Microsoft, I realize that, to achieve this, you'd have to A) make Quick Steps work on Tasks at all, and B) give the option (when creating a Quick Step) to specify whether an Action is to apply to 1) the email originally converted to a Task or 2) the Task created from the email. But seriously, I would love this!

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    Nathan commented  · 

    If you add this feature, please make it an optional setting, not the default.

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