"Next week" should be Monday not Sunday
When selecting "Next Week" on a task, it should be set to Monday of Next week and not Sunday. Or at least this behavior should be configurable.
On Windows, “Next week” in To Do picks up the system settings for next week which could be Sunday or Monday depending on how you’ve set it.
On Android, iOS, Mac and Web “Next week” in To Do starts on Monday.
no one works on sunday so please update this settings
its very stupid
Come on, Microsoft, where is this update?? It's been two years, y'all forced us onto To Do from Wunderlist, and you still haven't fixed simple, obvious things like this on the mobile apps?!? smh. It needs to be configurable. Please!!!
Hans Dickel commented
This hasn't been done yet?! Seriously... Do people at Microsoft actually use Microsoft To Do (especially the developers)?
Please provide an option to change this on Android. It's been two years since you responded.
Could the "next week" be configurable to Sunday OR Monday OR one week from today? I do many tasks once a week (on the same day of the week) and instead of marking my Wednesday tasks as complete (for example), I'd like to easily be able to bump them to the next Wednesday.
Would appreciate if this change can be made
+1, really needed.
It would be great if this were configurable. When I mark a task as something I want to do "next week", I am thinking of that as something I need to complete by the end of the next week, not the first day of the week.
Maicon F. Santos commented
The internal To Do Calendar and "next week" settings are not consistent in macOS. The application must have an option in the User Preferences, where we would define the 1st working day of the week, so we could see the calendar starting on Sunday and ending on Saturday, the most common in Brazil, but when scheduling a task for next week, its start should be on Monday.
It MUST be configurable!
There *are* many people who consider Sunday as the first day of the week.
Hard coding Monday will make this totally unusable.
Jason Tenpenny commented
How about an option to mirror the Outlook calendar work week settings?
Dax Davis commented
This does not seem to work on macOS as well. Do you have a status on that?
Mike Doull commented
Why has this not been addressed? It seems ridiculous. Who starts their work week on Sundays? Certainly not enough people that Sunday is the default...
How can this still not be possible?
The day I changed from Wunderlist to Microsoft To Do it was set on Monday and all of a sudden it changed to Sunday.
It would make things much easier and faster if I could use the use the 'Next week' at the expiration date and it is set on Monday, not Sunday
Charles Boone commented
If you are deprecating Wunderlist and now don't have a simple fix for this item.. Please have a way to set the date for Next week.
Steve Pons commented
Agree with others here... this should be a user setting in the ToDo application and not be based upon global settings in Windows. Many would like "next week" to start on Monday
Денис Фейнман commented
I want to change to Monday!
If this gets addressed, please make this a setting in todo. A user shouldn't have to change the first day of the week in the global windows settings.
Erik McNair commented
Is there any update on this feature getting added?
Just moved from Wunderlist - please make Monday possible!