Add M.I.T. Most Important Task. Add Hourly reminder.
Currently the app, works as a pretty good list and is multiplatform allows you to create reminders. I still prefer google Keep but I use both.
The suggestions like integrating and syncing with your competitor's first party apps IE iCloud, google keep, Samsung notes (deprecated?) etc are not feasible and are not really features.
Adding a wizard, a guided user experience that explains using M.I.T., or 80/20 rule in a simple context IE a list of to-do's.
Where you have your list that you've been adding to. It is usually made on the fly, even when it isn't it's a mixed bag.
You then can apply a wizard to schedule the Most Important Task on your list to be done First thing the next Day for example.
I like the other popular ideas of generating a My day or My tomorrow automatically or organically but I cannot wrap my head around how that would work out well.
That being said, if you felt like it, these wizards would create a my day or My tomorrow beginning with the MIT plus the 20% of your list that will benefit you the most if you only have time to do 3 things on your list that day it would be the MIT first thing, gives you positive momentum, and the 2 out of your top 10 to do's that benefit you the most and populates the rest of the lists for my My Day and Tomorrow or your Outlook (week, month etc) with the other 80% you wrote down that won't affect you too much if you don't spend time on them.
It takes too much time to reorder your lists by priority and no one casually using it enters them in order of importance.
But you can add the option to apply these 2 concepts and set up:
"My Tomorrow, My Outlook, M.I.T's" etc.
As well as taking a generic list here's mine for example
Actually scratch that android system UI crashes when I try to send a copy.
The point is take any generic list mixed with vague goals, actual appointments, scheduled events, links saved, general reminders and to do items and have them populate your actual Days with the Most Important Task and the 20% of the most beneficial items on your to do list followed by the 80% that can populate my day, tomorrow, weekly outlook, Monthly outlook.
Up to you obviously. And there's more you can apply going this route. And since this is a Microsoft product, you can make it more business/goal oriented to integrate with your suite of office software.
But this definitely is a surefire way to improve it for personal use.
Reordering on your phone is defeating the purpose to save yourself time.
But you can apply a wizard that guides here through the 80/20 rule. For every 10 things on your list pick the 2 that will benefit you the most. You can go further with it of course but lastly adding reminders that occur hourly is incredibly important to me. I don't understand limiting it to a daily reminder.
I repeated myself but, again writing an organized idea on a small window in android system webview is a pain on a low end device.