Create a To Do List for Tomorrow/Plan My Day the day before
You plan your next day of to dos and it would be helpful to create the to do list for tomorrow at the end of the business day
Over a year and this still isn't a feature yet? Not being able to plan the night before is crippling.
Daniel T commented
Please let us plan ahead!
Shimin Li commented
I like planing my tasks to be done tomorrow in the evening. So please add the My Tomorrow option to the App.
I would love this feature. Every night before I go to bed I wish this feature existed so I could plan my next day the night before, and hit the ground running as soon as I wake up. I really hope this suggestion gets implemented and doesn't get ignored.
Alex Lushiku commented
This is must for good planning.
I also think that most of peoples plan next day evening day before. I like idea of My day, but should be so intelligent to prepare day-1.
Please do this. Viljem
Drew Cross commented
I always plan my day the night before, the current workaround is to pollute my planned items with stuff for tomorrow, and then go through that list in the morning. This is way less than ideal since my calendar is sacred and I only include things that are truly due on that day.
Absurd that this isn't a feature yet - planning ahead should definitely be an option!
This should be one of the top core features, really surprising it’s still not implemented yet.
Really surprised this feature doesn't exist - Travelling home I like to plan the next day.
you could add a feature that when you create a list, you could set a time line on e.g. a Tomorrow list could be "due in 24 hours".
I'm never calm when I see an empty list, I always think I have to populate this thing
Vlad Anikin commented
I'd like to be able to plan tomorrow today. My day is going better when I wake up and already know everything I need to do and don't need to spend time and energy on planning my day. Currently I have to either do it tomorrow or wait till 00:00 to be able to fill in the 'My Day' tab
Carl Sudholz commented
I googled, "Microsoft to do add to tomorrow list" and this UserVoice article was LINK NUMBER ONE!
Obviously, planning the day on the night before is a common practice for a LOT OF PEOPLE.
Come on, MS ToDo team. You gotta get onto this.
Even Google is telling you that this is a must have feature!
Matthew Whelpton commented
I understand your thinking with My Day as a calm open space at the beginning of the day where you can start planning. It doesn't work like this for me though - starting off the day with a blank slate simply means I start my day tinkering and worrying. It is much better to end my day by planning how I can use my time most effectively the next day. Then I wake up and get on with my plan. It would be good to have an option for opening up My Day at the end of the previous working day...
Adz S commented
Another bump in support of this. I too like to plan the day on the night before, and having a list of things to do already prepared when I wake up is the most efficient way to get the day started.
Where I could swap a task I didn’t feel like doing today to the next day
I did notice that unfinished tasks on My Day are suggested tasks the next day. I've started planning for tomorrow by adding tasks to My Day at the end of the day. Then, when I wake up, I have a list of suggested tasks from yesterday ready to roll.
Wow, this post goes all the way to April 21, 2017. It's obvious at this point that MS has no intention to do anything about this. I just started to use this app and that is one thing that just turns me off. How can anyone not see the significance and the utility of this!!!!
If I can't find a quick workaround for this issue i will be moving on to better things/apps for good. Sad though, this app has so much potential, but at this point a major flow not having the ability to define in the setting preference the time for "My Day" or simply having "Tomorrow", just makes this app useless.
Unless after 2.5 years MS thinks that all of us go to bed after midnight
If you want to avoid being in the wrong place in the morning without the right tools in the wrong outfit, you have to plan ahead. As simple as that, Microsoft or not.
Steve Munden commented
I've always preplanned tomorrow's day before bedtime. This means I can be mentally prepared to get going straight away. MyDay works great for focus but setting it up at 6am before coffee is suboptimal for me☕💤☹️