We have now added the print option to the Android app in our latest update (version 2.5).
In our latest iOS & iPadOS update – version 2.5 – we’ve brought smart due dates to the app.
Will be coming to more platforms in the future.
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Our integration with Microsoft Teams will be coming at the beginning of 2020.
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In To Do we now have Smart Lists for “Planned” which includes everything with a due date or a reminder time, “Important” for starred tasks, “Assigned to Me”, “Flagged emails”, and “My Day”.
We are currently not actively working on adding more Smart Lists, but we will make future additions to the product based on the amount of requests. We will continue to monitor this thread, so please continue voting here, leaving comments, or voting on a more specific thread.
We are reviewing this idea and work on defining our roadmap for the next releases. We see that it gets requested a lot, so we are definitely considering it for an update at some point.
6,621 voteson the backlog · 375 comments · Feature Suggestions » Feature Requests · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We are setting this request to “on the backlog” as a specific view to only see tasks from the current week is not actively being worked on right now. We suggest to use the “Planned” view which includes a section for the tasks of the week.
We still consider a Week specific view based on requests and will continue monitoring this thread.
An error occurred while saving the commentSkye commented
capturing tasks into 'Tasks' inbox should be as simple as clipping a note using the fantastic Onenote clipper extension.