Published: Sat, April 22, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ted Wilson

Microsoft Replaces Wunderlist List App with To-Do - What You Need to Know

Microsoft Replaces Wunderlist List App with To-Do - What You Need to Know

And when they feel that they have finally incorporated the best of Wunderlist, they will eventually retire the app.

You can also create separate lists of your own, add reminders, notes and due dates to tasks, sync between multiple devices and choose between 10 color themes for the interface.

To help you focus on what you need to do today, you have the My Day list which starts out empty every day and you just need to populate it with what you actually need to finish today.

April 19 saw the release of the public preview of the Microsoft To-Do.

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One distinct new feature is called "My Day" which will offer you a fresh list of tasks to execute each day.

To-Do also (obviously) integrates with Office 365 and Outlook, with more Microsoft integrations to be added in the future.

Microsoft To-Do will, in a couple of minutes, import all your lists and even categorize them as they were before.

To-Do is the only task management app built on an enterprise cloud. The online service works in conjunction with apps for iOS, Android and Windows, and you can try it out for yourself right now.

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This same approve-or-reject choice on the phone has been offered previously to Microsoft Accounts, but in the past, it still required the use of the fixed password. While it's still the first preview build, To-Do has enough in it that's worth a look, especially if you're an Office user.

Essentially, the new Microsoft To-Do app carries on with all that made the Wunderlist so endearing though it has also been enhanced on a number of fronts, which among other includes deeper integration with other Microsoft services.

Once you set up phone sign-in, you will begin receiving notifications to sign into your Microsoft account on your smartphone.

The not-so-surprising part? Wunderlist is now on Microsoft's list of things to ditch.

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The preview of the new Microsoft To-Do application is available for iPhone, Android phones, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile and the Web starting today. To-Do will most likely be a similar offspring, if not entirely a direct one. However, these sorts of security features have the potential to benefit the least secure out there, so removing a potential password reuse login system for those users could lead to improved overall digital security for some.

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