MissingLink allows you to organize your emails, appointments and attachments into projects. This makes it easier to search and archive your information. It turns the Outlook email client into a lightweight project organizer.
The MissingLink Panel appears below email and appointments
Once you install MissingLink an additional panel will appear below your emails and appointments in Outlook. You can use this panel to assign an outlook item to a project and assign searchable tags.
MissingLink will also allow you to associate a task with a project and version files over time so you can see how a particular document looked in the past.
If you are trying to manage your pojects as a series of emails within Outlook you should be able to see clear benefits from the additional organization that MissingLink brings.
MissingLink Dashboard within Outlook
MissingLink is a professional looking application with a comprehensive feature set fit for it’s purpose.
When you run Outlook for the first time after installing MissingLink a window pops up asking you to choose the license type, personal or professional, that you would like to evaluate. That window is not marked as coming from MissingLink and could be confusing if you’ve installed a few Outlook add-ins.
MissingLink Trial Evaluation Window
I could not find mention of Outlook 2010 support on the MissingLink website and when installed on 2010 I was unable to find the MissingLink dashboard. (The author informs me that MissingLink does indeed function wit Outlook 2010 32 bit).
MissingLink appears in the Start Menu under ‘Moore Software Solutions’ rather than simply ‘MissingLink Project Management’ which could make it more difficult to find.
A trial is available.
We look forward to hearing about updates from the author.