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Chapi wrote
on Monday 09 January, 2012 at 22:22:35 UTC
Hi,

I'am a newbie to Lotus Notes, coming from Outlook and other MS products. I used to work with Onenote, which is a valuable notebook application ( easy to paste images, include handdrawing...).
Now, switching to Lotus Notes 8.5 journal/notebook application for taking meeting minutes, I wonder how I can create actions/todo/follow up. I was expecting, as in Onenote, to be able to create flags or todo items when typing in the journal, and then, having all these flag/todo items transferred in the followup/todo apps.

I didnt find how to do it, though I'm pretty sure there is a work around.

Thanks for your help.

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