Microsoft Flow Integration
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 greatly
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!
Still disappointed that this is marked completed when there is no connector to personal To Do.
David Thomas commented
Notice Microsoft has started disabling the WunderList Connector without having a viable To Do integration completed. What a joke. Great way to make me look for an alternative to both To Do and Flow.
Well done Microsoft - your release schedule is garbage as usual.
Mark Boon commented
Well, not completed at all. Only support MS TODO (business version).
I want to use this with my personal account as well bc I want to aggregate all my tasks under my personal account.
Jernej Kavka commented
Hi, I noticed that only Microsoft To-Do (Business) is available to me.
What about personal?
How is this completed when the integration is only one way(actions)? How are we supposed to use To-Do in our processes when it can't be used as a trigger as well? Seems a bit half-baked.
Robert Tupa commented
Please add the ability to add attachments to the task when created in Flow from an email.
Piotr Mionskowski commented
I'd love to use this for "personal" account as well...
Chaz Weber commented
Any update on personal to-do integration?
Amine I. commented
Is there any update about a "personal" to-do integration, with Microsoft Accounts ?
Is there a way to schedule a microsoft teams message with the summary of the tasks completed during that week? There doesn't seem to be a "completed" status field or a "completed date" field in microsoft flow, which is a shame. Nice to see progress with Flow integration though.
@Bodo, as i already mentioned below, i contacted Microsoft about this error. There explanation is that the connector does not support MSA accounts (which to them is Microsoft Internet Account like live.com, outlook.com addresses. Again according to their support team, they will publish a new connector that will support MSA accounts. I also asked to better document it, but all they added was '(business)' in the connector page.
Bodo Fluss commented
Unfortunately I'm facing an error message with an authorization problem... The German error message is the following...
"Überprüfen Sie Ihre Kontoinformationen und/oder Berechtigungen, und versuchen Sie es noch mal."
I'd bei really glad to use To-Do with Alexa but as long there's no Integration (e.g. via flow or IFTTT) I have to stick with Google tasks.
Aaron Meyers commented
It is quite unfortunate that "Microsoft Flow integration" is considered "COMPLETED" when only a minimum support for actions is implemented. I had a bunch of automation set up in Flow with Wunderlist but it was mostly based on *triggers*.
There needs to be a lot more done here:
- Trigger when task is completed
- Action to get the to-dos in a list (strangely there is one to get the lists but not the to-dos themselves)
- Action to update an existing task
- Action to delete a task
Vote this idea to get triggers for To-Do (only actions available at the moment):
I'm also facing the permissions issue, what a pitty... Can't wait for it too work.
Same issue here (with outlook.com account): "Please check your account info and/or permissions and try again.". Signing out and removing the account did not work. Contacted MS Support, they have no clue, they will investigate, i also gave them link to this page.
Chris Cochrun commented
Also, for anyone having troubles with permissions, follow the flow dialogues and make sure you sign in again. It should open another browser window asking what account you want to use for To Do.
Chris Cochrun commented
Just used it, amazing! Thank you! It can essentially really automate my task lists! Way to go guys!
Super excited for this feature. Unfortunately, I can't get the connector to work. I always get: "Please check your account info and/or permissions and try again.". The connection is shown to be ok, when I look in the Connections overview.