Calendar Integration / Calendar View
Calendar feed or calendar integration with iCal, Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, Microsoft Agenda or within app.
Our team is working on a solution to show tasks with due dates on the Outlook.com / O365 calendar. We unfortunately can’t provide an ETA on this yet, but we can assure you that we listen to your requests for it.
Integrate To-Do (reminders) with Outlook Calendar. When tabs within Windows is an OS feature, then have Calendar tab and To-Do tab as different views.
Cortana needs to be trained to add tasks with commands
I think it would be helpful if it shows the tasks in Calendar app as Cortana reminder.
Ketan Gandhi commented
App should provide smart suggestions based on the contents in the email, calendar and other Microsoft products like SharePoint Online, MS Teams etc and allow user to configure the products which he/she wants to sync with his/her To-Do app. for e.g user has possibility to sync tasks only from the SharePoint Online and not from other products.
Possibility to integrate with other networking sites like Facebook & LinkedIn and show alerts/suggestions for events from those networking sites
It would be nice to see everything you plan for the week or the month all at once.
Similar to Wunderlist. Anything with a due date goes into this feed, which you can subscribe to in your Calendar app so they show on your calendar.
Mark Edwards commented
At this point in the product development, this is what's keeping me from using To Do. Wunderlist did a great job of putting my tasks on my Google Calendar, so I could see everything in one place, especially on my phone. PLEASE consider adding this feature to the new product and doing it soon. You don't have to change how Wunderlist did the push to the Google Calendar, just restore the functionality. Thank you.
It will be better if it has a link to add to Google Calendar like Wunderlist
Chris sawyer commented
For example: "write paper due 12/15 at 2pm" would create a new todo called "write paper", scheduled for Dec 15 @ 2:00 PM, with a reminder at 8 AM.
I would also like for that to be placed on some sort of calendar which I can import in my calendar app. Probably CalDAV.
Wunderlist already does both of these things, or at least on the webapp version. These are critical features and I'm sure you can figure out a better natural language parsing mechanism
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Lionel Derriey commented
ToDo should link to Calendars 5
Bruce Kraft Jr commented
this is HUGE. if outlook can do it, then we should be able to do the same on our phone as well.
In wunderlist i could sync my ical and my exchange cal to events and reminders
Need's built in calendar and also an awesome widget. I love widgets. Wish I still had a windows phone and live tiles. Widget needs lots of help right now. Need date, time, task, list etc
Add support for events and google calendar sync.
Also make possible to sign it with google account
import automatically the to do list which i set deadline into calendar.
R Scott commented
I was using Sticky Notes in Windows 10 for a to do list until I found this app. To-Do should be included in Windows 10 with Mail and Calendar, have a live tile, and notifications on the lock screen. I use to do lists and Outlook Tasks for separate things, so it would be good to have To-Do as a separate section in Outlook (app, web and desktop).
Mahdi Khoshroo commented
Should support other calendar like hijri or persian and user could change first day of week
it would be great to be able to have a small calendar on the top right or bottom left to allow the user to be able to drag and drop tasks the day they would like to schedule it for.
Also add a calendar view by month, week and day to be able to choose a specific time of the day to schedule the task similar to the calendar in Outlook.
It would also be a huge bonus to be able to view the To-Dos in Outlook as well and be able to use Outlook to manage it.
Vincent K commented
Let me tell To-Do how long a task will take and when this task should be completed. Let To-Do then block a time periode in my calendar so that I have actually (reserved) time to work on the task at hand.
Even better, let me block multiple time periodes for more extensive tasks (every day one hour orso).