Creating Tasklist tasks automatically
You can set Tasklist to add a task to your task list whenever you make a new task in Outlook. Open the Options dialog from the Tasklist ribbon bar.
Under "When I create or import an Outlook task:"
•If you select "Create a root Tasklist task," Tasklist will add the Outlook task as a root (top-level) task in your task list.
•If you select "Create a Tasklist task as a child of the focused task," Tasklist will create the task as a child of the task that is selected in your task list.
The second option is not a good one if you want to import multiple tasks from Excel or some other outside source. For automated importing, select "Create a root Tasklist task." You can easily move the imported tasks once they are imported. There are full instructions in Creating Tasklist tasks automatically.
This gives you a quick way to create tasks. Open Outlook, and put the Outlook task list next to Tasklist.
In Tasklist options, select "Create a Tasklist task as a child of the focused task."
Select a parent task in Tasklist (on the right). Type a name for the new task in Outlook (on the left), and press Enter. Outlook will create the new task, and Tasklist will add it to your list: