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
Alexander Ermakov commented
Missing syncronization with iCalendar and Outlook
Month and week view should a feature included in the to-do list app. Calendar should be integrated with Outlook.com calendar.
it shouldn't stop with the suggested services. Why don't show the task assigned to me in Planner also in my to-do app.
So the Project Owner can handle everything via Planner, but I can focus only on the task assigned to me beside my personal tasks, all in one app
Ben Stegink commented
While being able to flag an email in outlook is nice. Having an Add-In for Outlook (Desktop, Web and Mobile), so you can quickly create tasks from an email, assign it to a list, once sharing is there assign a person, set a due date, etc. would be the ideal scenario.
Also for Exchange 2010 and 2013
Grant Van Zyl commented
Rather than have calendar entries appear in the to-do list, to-do list items should appear in the calendar (as they do with Outlook desktop).
Definitely agree that flagged emails should appear as tasks in To-Do
Øystein Johnsen commented
It seem to sync with the outlook tasks so it shows up there in the desktop outlook client without installing anything but the app. Which is grate and removes the gaping hole ms left for Windows 10 Mobile users that upgraded Windows phone 8
Besides of synchonising with Microsoft account-enabled services, Todo should also be able to synchonise with on-premise Exchange installations (Todos in Outlook 2016)
Alessandro Ribeiro commented
Sync with calendar MS, come on...If I have a task and put it on the to-do app it synchronizes with the calendar, even for the two to work together and not become app that fight each other