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    EvidentDud commented  · 

    Why don't you just send an email to all Microsoft 365 To Do Users and ask them what they think about what you think is right for us instead of unilaterally deciding what you think is good for us ?

    8335 people took the time to tell that's what we need and you still deny what we want.
    Those are a handful of all the people that really want what we asked.
    Where did you gather the data about the "people" who don't want the be "overwhelmed" on their My Day ?

    All other ToDo Apps send their Today tasks to the My Day.

    How can we not think about how bad of a monopoly Microsoft is ?

    Do you really think that you know what is best for us ?

    Ask what users think of you deciding to send what we schedule as Today to a planned folder instead of Today and you'll see.
    But ask the question the right way, not a way that the answer will turn at your advantage.
    Objectivity is the key.

    If I'm wrong, just publish the result of the answers and we will stop argue about it.

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    EvidentDud commented  · 

    I started using To Do a couple of weeks ago.
    Coming from a ToDoist App that is awsom but I already pay a monthly fee for MSO 365 so I told myself I would try it.
    "For tasks in My Day that are not completed by the end of the day, the undone tasks should automatically be in My Day the next day" is a MUST to be done and right now because people are returning to ToDoist because for 39$CAN/year, it is not worth it to bother with a company that doesn't pay attention to what customers have to say.
    And I'm really thinking about reverting back to ToDoist.
    It has also many other features that are essential for organized people like us.
    With ToDoist, you can GeoLocate tasks so if you go to Walmart, you enter the location and when you're there, ToDoist tells you the tasks that have to be done while you're there. This is just one among many that is worth letting To Do go when a company is so big that they don't care about their customers.

    One of the feature that Microsoft didn't develop and it has been a must from the beginning is the way To Do (Tasks) intertwine with Outlook. Yes it is part of Outlook but if I create a group (which is a Project in ToDoist) I cannot see those groups in Tasks Tab inside Outlook, which is really inconsistent and irrelevant for MS. Again. Bad programming or no consideration for their customers ?

    And to add to it, a real integration would be to have a task added directly to our calendars at the moment we create a task with a start date. It is not all the fields that are accessible in To Do, so you end up having to finish entering the task data inside Outlook anyway because due date is not the only use of a task.

    Start date is where inside To Do ?
    The strength of that App lies in the way we can use it as project manager, even if a project is to go to the grocery store.

    So when a task appear inside my calendar, there should be a link to the task in Outlook Tasks so I can go and modify the % completed and later see how long it took to complete the task.

    Because a To Do list is something simple but if it is just a list, we can all use a piece of paper.

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