It would be cool, if we could add sub tasks to a single entry. The parent should be expandable, so that sub tasks would be visible at a glance, and progress should be visible without expanding the parent task.8,261 votes
We’re very happy to introduce Steps with version 1.28. Now you can break your larger to-dos down in to more manageable pieces.
the ability to invite others people in lists or activities7,189 votes
We are happy to announce that Sharing Lists is now available in Microsoft To-Do. To get the feature, please update to the latest version 1.32.
You can find out more about the new feature here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-To-Do-Blog/Introducing-List-sharing-and-Steps-in-Microsoft-To-Do/ba-p/200109?utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral
You might have Most Important Task, or Important Task, or even a Bump List. Some Tasks are more important than others, So a Priority Level would be nice.
Level 1 to Level 10
Or Task Catagories: "Simple Quick Tasks", "Bump List",4,813 votes
Importance is now available in version 1.35. Just star your to-dos with the highest priority and sort by Importance to have them move to the top of your list.
Make Microsoft To-Do the one stop solution for tasks and reminders in Microsoft Products.
Also make specific lists accessible to Cortana.3,937 votes
You can now use Microsoft To-Do with Cortana! Just follow the instructions here: support.office.com/article/using-microsoft-..? to get set up.
Please note that if you’ve previously used Cortana with Wunderlist, you will need to manually disconnect Wunderlist from Cortana.
The integration is also only available in English and in the following regions — Australia, India, US, and UK
The app should give a list of current todos on the back side of a live tile2,583 votes
With the release of version 1.40 we now support Live Tiles. Just head to your Windows Start menu and right-click on Microsoft To-Do. Then select Pin to Start and a tile showing your My Day list will be pinned to your Start screen.
We have released our integration with Planner with the newest version of Microsoft To-Do. You can read more about this here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-To-Do-Blog/Planner-and-To-Do-integration-bringing-you-a-more-cohesive-task/ba-p/552740?utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral
So that emails can be turned into to-dos1,815 votes
With the latest version of To-Do you can now see your flagged emails from the Mail app as tasks in To-Do. Simply download the latest version of To-Do, enable the feature in Settings and you’ll see the list for flagged items show up in the sidebar.
You can get the latest version of To-Do on https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-to-do-list-app
I would love integration with outlook on my iPhone and Android to create tasks from my emails1,712 votes
With the latest version of To-Do you can now see flagged emails from Outlook as tasks in To-Do. Simply enable the feature in To-Do settings and your flagged emails will show up in a new list.
To get the latest version of Microsoft To-Do please go to https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-to-do-list-app
Much like Wunderlist, I like when I close out a task to see it removed (hidden) so I can see my list getting shorter during the day or week.
Currently on "My Day" I have to manually right-click to remove a completed task, which feels like I need to click 2-3 times to close a task.
Maybe consider adding the "hide complete tasks" options either site-wide or on this page as well. You have it everywhere else already (other lists)1,648 votes
With version 1.33 we’ve added list options to My Day, so you can now select your background, sort your to-dos and choose to hide your completed to-dos there. The update should now be available in the Microsoft Store, Google Play Store, iOS App Store, as well as on to-do.microsoft.com in the browser.
Microsoft Flow currently supports Wunderlist and Todoist. Offering support for Microsoft To-Do would mean, that a lot of automations could work with this service as well (e.g. create a To-Do if I'm mentioned in a certain mail, etc.) This would enhance this service greatly1,533 votes
We are happy to announce that you can now integrate Microsoft To-Do with Microsoft Flow.
To create a flow using Microsoft To-Do, log in to Microsoft Flow with the same Microsoft Account you use with Microsoft To-Do. Then just select the connector or service you’d like to send a to-do from.
You’ll then have the option to select the trigger you’d like to begin your flow, such as When a new email arrives. Now select + New step and then Add an action. From the available actions, select Microsoft To-Do – Add a to-do. You’ll also need to enter the Subject field in order to add a title for your to-do. Then select Save flow and you’re ready to go!
Please add more backgrounds and colors for the theme options and also let us choose a custom background.1,404 votes
Thank you for all the votes and comments here! We are closing this feature suggestion as we have implemented an option to set background images for each list with version 2.0 of To Do. In case you have additional requests, please vote on the separate thread for more specific ideas.
I don't see any way of setting reminders or recurring items, as you can with Wunderlist. I don't see the point of the app, otherwise.1,084 votes
Thank you for all your feedback! We have now updated the design of the Detail View to always show the Repeat option. This makes the feature easier to discover and quicker to use.
Make it like Wunderlist! You own Wunderlist so why not just rename Wunderlist instead of starting with a new and featured challenged app!976 votes
Today we’ve launched a brand new version of To Do. We took on your feedback and brought back some design elements of Wunderlist, but with a refresh. Now you can customize each list with a different background and choose from images (including that Berlin tower), color and pastel backgrounds.
Read more about it here – https://aka.ms/m365blog/newtodo. And let us know what you think over on Twitter – https://twitter.com/MicrosoftToDo or Facebook – https://Facebook.com/MicrosoftToDo
We’ve also recently launched our Mac app, list groups and task assignments.
We’ll close this thread now. If there are still features that you would like to see please vote for them on the separate feature suggestions.
We hope you love the new look as much as we do.
Wunderlist was cleanly integrated into arrow launcher. This new application is currently not.773 votes
The latest Microsoft Launcher update includes an integration with To-Do. Just update to Launcher version 5.1 to get it.
Please make the app work on iPad in a native mode instead of "2x" which makes it pretty much unusable.743 votes
We have just released version 1.13 of our Microsoft To-Do iOS app, which now also supports iPad.
You can download it directly from the App Store on https://itunes.apple.com/app/microsoft-to-do/id1212616790?mt=8
The app should open up to "To-Do" instead of My Day. Or, if possible, users should be able to open to a custom list (which might default to "To-Do" if that custom list gets deleted).620 votes
Its better way if we can access it even without internet. There are some situations i think it helps a lot if it has offline support608 votes
The last bug in the Windows 10 app has been fixed and it is now possible to open the app and see + add your tasks, also without having an Internet connection.
With that, Microsoft To-Do now works offline on Windows 10, Android, and iOS.
Windows 10 app has incredible synchronization issues. Sometimes all tasks disappear from the app and then sync once again, but usually not fully.
Similar happens via web - I see there only one third of my tasks.
iOS app seems to be the most reliable.473 votes
We have rolled out improvements for the Sync across platforms with every release. In case you still see issues in the latest versions, please use the in-app Support option to reach out, so we can investigate and fix the issues.
right now you can place a widget in android only to my day. i should be able to for any specific list368 votes
Thank you for voting on this feature!
We are releasing this improvement with version 1.20 of our Microsoft To-Do Android App. The roll out starts today on December 14.
You can now switch your lists in the Android Widget by using the dropdown menu directly in the Widget.
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