I am middle level English speaker/writer and I am working for international company. My native language is Bulgarian and I have never studied English professionally. Pretty much all I know is from the Internet. I have to write working emails now. It is not mandatory to be fluent in English but I am trying to be grammatically correct as much as I can.
So here is the question: How to say (by email) to another colleague what has been discussed on the team meeting today?
What comes to my mind is this:
On today's meeting we agreed to postpone the other tasks and take task "12345" as highest priority task. So I will be working on it in the next 2 days.
I want to emphasize that I will not be working on the current task for the next 2 days and that the new task I will be engaged with is "12345". And last but not least that, this decision has been made during the meeting I had today.
Please correct any of my sentences, not just the highlighted one. If you have time of course. If not the highlighted is good enough.