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Microsoft To Do Review

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What is Microsoft To Do?

Microsoft purchased Wunderlist in 2015 and put the Wunderlist team to work on a new to-do list app. Microsoft To Do is the outcome, and Wunderlist’s DNA can be found throughout the project. The basic interface is simple and straightforward, and adding tasks is simple, but there’s a lot of flexibility behind the surface. Microsoft To Do is a cloud-based task management application. It allows users to manage their tasks from phones, tablets, and computers. The application will enable users to set due dates and reminders for tasks and break them down into subtasks. In addition, Microsoft To Do alerts users of upcoming deadlines via email or text message. The application synchronizes across devices, so any changes made on one device are immediately applied to all other devices as well. Microsoft To Do is a management application for your PC, web, iOS and Android devices that provides a simple way to capture and organize everything you need to do from virtually anywhere.  Work just got easier with Microsoft To Do, the new task list that helps you reach your goals faster by planning and tracking what you want to get done. Light, dark, and more appearance options are waiting for you: Microsoft To Do brings your to-do lists to life with a beautifully simple design. Synchronized task completion across your devices means you’ll never forget anything again. Microsoft To Do is your central hub for managing all of your tasks, great for at home or the office. Bring in tasks from email, calendars, contacts, lists, reminders, and more, and prioritize them by personal importance or due date. With numerous ways to view your tasks and manage your time, it’s easy to stay on top of the most important items. The app can sync with Office 365, and users can create tasks from messages in Outlook. Users can add due dates, notes, and comments.

Additionally, users can add attachments to their tasks. The app supports the creation of folders and has filters in place to help categorize the tasks. It is also a task management application that helps you get more stuff done. If a friend passes you the ball during a game of soccer and asks you to get it back to her in 15 minutes, you can set up an alert for when your next meeting starts and have the app remind you to tell her thanks for the ball.

Conversely, if you ask a friend if he remembers where he saw that one video clip from that one movie your roommate mentioned, he’ll be able to set up an alert on his Microsoft To Do app and get back to you with an answer. Accomplish your most important goals and keep track of what’s next with Microsoft To Do. This easy-to-use app is your central hub for everything—across all your devices. The strong interaction with Microsoft’s ecosystem is the real outstanding feature here. Users of Outlook may now sync their tasks from that app to Microsoft To Do, allowing Outlook tasks to be synced to mobile devices for the first time. Windows users can utilize Cortana or type in the Start menu to add tasks. For instance, if you type “add corn to my shopping list,” corn will be added to the “shopping” list.

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