Outlook Mail Integration
Having a quick way to convert emails in Outlook to tasks that show up in Microsoft To-Do.
With the last update of To-Do across platforms we have enabled the option to see flagged emails from Outlook as Tasks in Microsoft To-Do. Simply flag an email in Outlook to create a task from it in To-Do.
You can enable this feature in Microsoft To-Do from within the App Settings.
To get the latest version of To-Do please go to https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-to-do-list-app
Allan Shustack commented
Would like the same ability to forward email to To-Do from any email program as in Wunderlist
Yes, the "Open in Outlook" should open the email in the desktop app, not the web .
Jared Blake commented
It would also be nice to have a dedicated button in Outlook (desktop app) to convert email to a task where you can pick the list, due date, and other elements... Right now we flag, then go to the app, then rename the title, then file it in a list... Make this easier and directly from Outlook.
Jared Blake commented
Yes, please add ability to open in the desktop app.
When I click on "Open in Outlook" it went to web version of Outlook instead of Outlook app installed on PC, please add option in setting so that we can choose whether to open in browser or app
Flagged feature works! However, when I attempt to open a flagged task in To Do, in Outlook, it opens the Web version. I would like it to open the App. Thanks.
Currently, from the to-do app, when I click a flagged email to open in outlook, it redirects to web based outlook. Is there a way it can open the email in the outlook client on the system?
오늘 윈도 ms 앱에서 디자인이 변경됬는데 너무 별로입니다
이전으로 변경이 가능했으면 좋겠습니다
그리고 윈도우에서 우측 상세정보 사이즈변경은 언제 가능하나요?
맥에서도 지원하는걸 아직도 윈도우가 지원 안하는 이유가 참으로 궁금합니다.
Echoing the request that it have functionality to add to specific lists within to-do, or at least have categories come over with it. The way it is now, I have to re-process the "Flagged email" section of to-do, when I know where I want it when I'm flagging it.
I like the idea of a to-do button, like the onenote one.
Add To Do side bar like Google Tasks/ Outlook Tasks. That way I wouldn't have to open To Do separately.
Good job also! It's getting better with each update!
I'd like the option to add multiple mails to one single task. And I would like that to work with any mail, not just flagged mails..
Pawel L. Krakauer commented
if task is created based on email message, it should open this message on outlook (best desktop, if not web).
Now - I have to do on list, and than I have to manually look for message
This is not a fix. I want the add on that I have with Wunderlist. My flagged emails are not my tasks.
Alberto Bustamante commented
Open To-Do from flagged emails open on Outlook client instead of web client
A ToDo item (Flagged) has an option to open the flagged item in Outlook. This is the web version of Outlook. I would like to have this opened in my Outlook client
Hi team, To-Do is great but It does need full outlook integration. If I set a todo at 10:00 today that should show in my outlook so as not to double book or to duplicate the task of adding in todo and outlook. Outlook should also have a todo button. So I can add a todo in outlook. Same with OneNote if I add a todo list it should replicate in todo too!
Flagging feels like a workaround. TO DO should have the option of loading an app onto outlook (like wunderlist, for example) in which you can directly load e-mails to specific TO DO lists. Also, very important please add the option of emailing directly to TO DO lists. This is necessary particularly when using other forms of communication like whatsapp, text messages, etc that need to be uploadoded into a TO DO list once in a while.
Need to be able to integrate outlook task categories in to do
It is a good start, but does not replace the Outlook tasks view yet, because:
1. The e-mail preview is not complete;
2. When opening the mail for details, it goes for the web app rather than launching the faster native app;
3. To-do does not show/sort/group by categories.
Are there plans to cover native view and categories?