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While this works on certain platform like Windows 10, changing the first day of the week does not yet work on iOS. This is an improvement we are working on
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Support for multiple accounts is currently available in Android and Windows. For iOS and Mac OS we will be supporting this functionality soon.
While we aren’t adding automatic population of due dates to My Day at the moment, we have made some significant changes to the Planned list.
Rolling out on Android now (version 2.17), and coming soon to other platforms, you can now see a distinct Today view in the Planned list. You can also choose to group this view by list so that you get a view of what you have to do today across all your lists. You can choose to close particular lists e.g. Home if you don’t want to see it while at work.
This week we’re rolling out a brand new Planned list on Android (version 2.17) which gives you a 7 day week view. You can view the tasks by day or by list.
It will be coming soon to other platforms.
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With the last update of To-Do across platforms we have enabled the option to see flagged emails from Outlook as Tasks in Microsoft To-Do. Simply flag an email in Outlook to create a task from it in To-Do.
You can enable this feature in Microsoft To-Do from within the App Settings.
To get the latest version of To-Do please go to https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-to-do-list-app
An error occurred while saving the commentBrookie Britton commented
The Flagged option is in email is ok, but maybe the “category” of an email would be better...many times an email is flagged for other reasons than a “to-do”...or maybe even if email is marked with a “follow-up” it could be in TO-DO???