Setting up automatic color-coding of appointments in your Outlook calendar as they come in is a great way to stay organized and get a quick, visual understanding of what your day will consist of. When you set up activities in TimeTrade Workgroup or Professional Edition and assign a color to each one, you’ll have a much better grasp of what kind of appointments fill up your calendar and will be able to be more productive in how you prepare for each day.
This is a quick and easy way to give you that little extra productive boost and to stay on top of your online appointment scheduling activity in Outlook 2010 (click here for Outlook 2007). Watch the video in full screen mode to see the full detail.
When you set up your TimeTrade activities, you can use this method to color-code each one. So at a quick glance, you can see how many Introductory calls, 1-hour demos, or any other activity you’ve set up. It’s also a great way to track how often each TimeTrade activity is being used.