The problem: You take notes and plan projects in OneNote, and wonder how to manage deadlines and remember the things on your to-do list.
The solution: One way is to create Outlook tasks in OneNote. Then you can view and track those tasks in Outlook and even get reminders.
To access: In OneNote, select the words that you want to be your task. In the menu that appears, click the arrow next to the Outlook Tasks button and choose a reminder. A flag appears next to your task in OneNote and your task is added to Outlook.
Click to read more about creating Outlook Tasks in OneNote.