Some owner prefer to take their puppies outside to relieve themselves. The question would be how often it should be done. Given that you still have a puppy to care for, his puddles and presents will be left anywhere if you haven't started with the paper (indoor house training).
To have a better idea of how often to take your doggy to his outside spot, here's a rule of thumb you can use as a guideline.
Puppies between 2-4 months need to get out at least 8 times within 24 hours. This is the time your patience will be tested. I suggest sticking to a schedule in which you're comfortable with. Surprisingly, our puppy Bob is well enough with 4 trips.
Between 5 months to 2 years of age, he'll probably need approximately 5-7 visits to his potty spot.
By the time he reaches 3, he'll have a stronger bladder control and 3-4 trips will be good enough for the entire day.
If by chance you are considering to just let him out once a day, consider indoor housetraining or the use of a portable potty.