After you have downloaded the add-in via the download area, you have to extract the .zip file. It’s best to do this in two steps.
1.) To let Windows® know that this file is secure, open the file properties via the context menu (right click, properties) and confirm the security warning
2.) Right click on the file and choose “Extract all …”. You will now see the “Setup.exe” file and two directories (de and installer). Start the installation with a double click on the file “Setup.exe”. The first installation window tries to determine your Microsoft® Outlook® version. If this is not possible, you can choose which Outlook® version you have installed. If you are not sure you will find the “About Outlook” button in Outlook® under “File \ Office account”. After clicking the button, your Outlook® version will be displayed in the first blue line. If you find the text “64Bit” at the end of this line then you have a 64Bit version. Otherwise nothing is written there and you have a 32-bit version.
The first start
After the successful installation you can now start Outlook®.
Under the menu “View” you will find a new entry with which you activate / display the TodoPane.
Show upcoming appointments
By default, the TodoPane only shows entries from your default calendar, but this can be easily changed.
To do this, open your TodoPane settings (small gear at the bottom right).
On the right side you can see all the settings you can make for the appointment display.
You can now assign all your calendars under Sources.
The source assignment of the tasks works in the same way as the appointments.
In order to see marked emails, you should assign your inbox as a source in addition to the task folder.