June 3, 2020
New Microsoft To Do Features Added after Wunderlist Shut Down

Microsoft Improves its New To Do App after Killing Off Wunderlist

Microsoft has added some new tools to its To Do platform, just days after it officially shuttered Wunderlist, including new schedule views…

Wunderlist, acquired by software giant Microsoft in June of 2015, finally shut down the other day. Prior to its scheduled demise, the familiar corporation pushed its alternative and replacement, To Do. Now, it’s made some changes to the new platform, which include popular options once found on the defunct service.

New Microsoft To Do Features Added after Wunderlist Shut Down

Microsoft’s additions to To Do include task overviews for today, tomorrow, and the week ahead. Plus, it works with All and Completed smart lists. It also now sports a new filtering option, one which allows users to select the items they want to see. 

The new All and Completed smart lists, which do what their names state, are available for use in the app settings. Microsoft has also tweaked the UI to place completed tasks in their own sections, which reside under active to-do lists, which helps to keep the experience organized and more easily understandable.

WHAT’S NEW v2.17.158

One of your top requests was for a Today, Tomorrow, and Week view. We listened, and today you’ll see big changes to the Planned list.

Want an overview of all your tasks? Introducing the All and Completed smart lists. You’ll now see all your open tasks or completed tasks grouped by list. Enable both in settings.

We’ve moved your completed tasks to the bottom. Now you have easy access to the completed tasks without them getting in the way of your productivity.

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