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All activities are given a Normal priority level by default. You can change the priority level of an activity after you have determined how useful it is to you.
The priority level that you assign to an activity is visible only to you; it does not affect the priority that another member of the activity might assign to it.
Activities that you have prioritized as High or Medium are displayed in a compact list that you can access by expanding Prioritized Activities
in the navigation pane of the My Activities view.
Note: Prioritized Activities
is not displayed in the navigation pane from within an activity; you must exit the activity first. Click the Activities
tab to exit the current activity and return to the My Activities view.
To prioritize an activity, complete one of the following steps:
- From the My Activities view, find the activity that you want to prioritize. Click More to expand the activity description, click Prioritize, and then choose a priority level.
- From within an activity, click Activity Actions from the activity title bar, and then choose a priority level.
These are the priority level options:
Indicates that this activity is important.
Normal Priority (Default)
Indicates that this activity has a higher priority than a normal activity.
Mark as Tuned Out
Indicates that this activity has a normal priority.
Parent topic: Organizing activity content
Opening an activity
Moves the activity to the Tuned Out Activities