Microsoft To-Do, an easy-to-use app for creating to-do lists, is now available as part of Rutgers Connect.
To-Do is a simple productivity app to help you keep track of everything you need to get done. The app lets you create to-do items, assign due dates to them, and categorize your tasks with lists.
Microsoft To-Do was created by the team behind Wunderlist, a popular to-do list app now owned by Microsoft. Built on Microsoft Exchange and inspired by Wunderlist, To-Do brings you the best of both worlds: the simplicity of its predecessor combined with the security of Exchange, meaning that To-Do is both pleasant to use and suitable for tasks requiring HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliance.
A number of To-Do features help you stay focused on your tasks:
You’re able to categorize your tasks into lists, which can be assigned a color, a background scene, and (in the mobile and desktop applications) a label emoji.
You can choose to collaborate on lists with colleagues, allowing others to mark tasks complete.
A My Day list presents your tasks for the day. To help you prioritize, a feature called Suggestions scans all of your to-do items and suggests tasks to add to your My Day list.
As part of Rutgers Connect, To-Do integrates with Outlook Tasks, which can be accessed from both the desktop and online versions of Outlook, the email application for Rutgers Connect. When you create an item in the To-Do app, that item will also show up in Outlook Tasks. Likewise, items added to Outlook Tasks show up in the To-Do app.
For faculty and staff members using Rutgers Connect, Microsoft To-Do provides a simple and effective way to track tasks using a variety of devices. The app is available for iOS and Android devices, as well as via the web at connect.rutgers.edu (choose the “app launcher” in the upper lefthand corner, then look for To-Do among the list of “all apps”).
Microsoft OneNote is one of the many collaboration and productivity tools available as part of Rutgers Connect. Although many people have heard of it, most are surprised at some of the lesser-known and innovative features of the digital note-taking application. This article will explore a sampling of the wide array of features OneNote has to offer.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) Help Desk and Computer Labs are holding an annual hiring drive for student workers from now until Wednesday, February 21.
OIT is looking for bright, self-motivated students with a knack for meticulous troubleshooting. Working for the Help Desk or Computer Labs is a great starting point for students looking to work in information technology, regardless of major. If you’ve set up your own network at home, enjoy reading up on the latest gadgets that are coming out, and love to help others, please consider applying to the OIT Help Desk or Computer Labs.
All majors are accepted and no experience is required. Hundreds of positions will be available for the Fall 2018 semester and training will be paid over the summer. Working at OIT makes for a great addition to any resume and it’s a solid opportunity to build technical skills.
The emergency repair work at the Hill Center data center has been completed. Rutgers IT services are currently being restored. As announced previously, some services may be unavailable for an hour or more after the work is completed.
University Facilities and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) will be completing emergency repairs to the Hill Center’s electrical infrastructure on Saturday, January 27, from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Multiple university IT services will be unavailable during this period.
This work is necessary to repair damage to the electrical distribution system from last week’s outage.
Systems used for student registration and related services were temporarily unavailable starting at about 1:10 p.m. this afternoon due to technical issues. The problem was corrected, and student systems were accessible within about an hour.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.