Having a quick way to convert emails in Outlook to tasks that show up in Microsoft To-Do.8,449 votes
Our Outlook integration is currently rolling out across Outlook.com
Calendar feed or calendar integration with iCal, Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, Microsoft Agenda or within app.5,145 votes
Our Outlook Calendar integration is currently rolling out across Outlook.com
Now available on Android, and coming to other platforms.
Tags would allow organization across lists and folders.
Say I have a few tasks that all have the tag #amazon, I could hit the tag and see what other things I need to grab from Amazon regardless of the list or location.
Another useful example would be for modules in a project, #backendAuth #frontendAuth #databaseStoreProcs, regardless of which sprint/list they're located in.1,743 votes
Integrating with iOS reminders would be really helpful205 votes
Using Microsoft To-Do in connection to Apple Reminders is already possible. How this works is described here:
When you type # in Wunderlist on ChromeBrowser it lists all already used tag-words, so you just can select if allready existent. This is great!77 votes
Using #hashtags in Microsoft To-Do is already possible, similar to how they worked in Wunderlist. How this works is described here: https://todosupport.helpshift.com/a/microsoft-to-do/?p=web&s=tips-tricks&f=using-tags-with-microsoft-to-do
At a bare minimum, this app should sync between devices.26 votes
Steps should be deletable17 votes
Steps can be delete in To-Do on all platforms:
On Web: click the X button on a step or right click on the step
On Windows: click the X button on a step or right click on the step
On iOS: Swipe from right to left on the step
On Android: Swipe from right to left on the step
I would like to export my to-do’s to a different list within the app. This will help me achieve more organization in my day.1 vote
Moving tasks to another list is possible on Windows and Web by dragging the task onto the other list in the sidebar.
On Android and iOS, you need to enable “Edit” mode within the list.
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