This is a must given that this is a Microsoft product
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Jk but what you think about allowing to add attachments or integrate into samsung notes or a notes program..
What would the point of this be? I can see a calender or a timeline view by the hour of the entire day or week etc.
Bernhard Beschorner commented
Onedrive integration is absolutely essential, given MS ToDo is an Office365 app. Please implement this MUST feature a.s.a.p.
Btw.this feature is tagged: "planned".
_When_ is it to be released?
Wth, this is not solved yet in 2020. Why your own app cannot communicate with each other. You have totally failed us.
Pistle Jumbo commented
OneDrive is the files hub in Microsoft 365. People work with files in a variety of contexts, like Microsoft Teams, groups, SharePoint, and more. With OneDrive, users can access these files no matter where they are stored, and with Microsoft Graph, you can use a single API to work with them.
Jassim Al Rahma commented
I don't understand why Microsoft needs a feedback to integrate Microsoft app with another Microsoft app!
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Hillary Einziger commented
Yes, this would be great. If when we attach a file to a task, we could have a choice between linking to the OneDrive file or attaching a copy. So that I could look at my task list, see that "Edit this file" is one of my tasks, and then click to open the file directly from the task list, edit it, and have it save in the OneDrive folder where it started (assuming that the device that I'm using is connected to the OneDrive folder.)
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"OneDrive integration" What does that even mean in reality, you've not described anything?
Kaneki Zet commented
Hope, It will be soon on iOS :/
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Why are we still waiting for a Microsoft To-Do integration with OneDrive?? It's within the same Microsoft suite!!
It is extremely helpful for planned tasks to have files attached. It only seems logical to integrate with OneDrive
This feature was suggested in April '17 and marked as planned in February '18. It's 2020 now and still there is nothing implemented yet.
Any info in when this, or at least a part of it, will come?
Well integration is obviously a huge problem for Microsoft. I have trouble navigating their web pages just to change my payment method, let alone them integrating two apps. Look at the state of communication tools.
All files attached in Outlook Desktop/To-Do should be in Saved in OneDrive "MS To-Do Files" Folder. With an option to also save a local copy in Outlook Desktop and To-Do Apps in case offline/local speedy access needed. As needed, the link will be downloaded to Cache and removed after 1 day. Changes/updates sent to OneDrive autosave (time-based versioning on OneDrive would be nice). Keep OutlookDesktop and To-Do Apps as "light" as possible. In app user adjustable document caching options would be nice.
C. Yusuf Mumtaz commented
I would like to add links to OneDrive files when I select "Add files."
+1 for Anonymous' suggestion of bi-directional communication.
I'd love to see this work with SharePoint Libraries/Onedrive for Business as well.
Bi-directional integration would be interesting. I mean not just being able to attach a file from OneDrive into a task, but also from within OneDrive right-clicking any file and creating a task which references that file.