Microsoft has updated its productivity application, and the arrival of new features might appeal to fans of its original version at a time when it was still called Wunderlist. Microsoft To Do now has not only a new interface, which even has a dark mode, but also some changes that can help you stay even more organized.
Anyone sharing the app with friends to plan activities can turn on notifications to know when someone adds or finishes a task. However, functionality is for the time being limited to personal accounts, and the company says that coming to work or academic is coming soon.
Users can now also "star" tasks that they find most important, and can "drag" text or files into the application thanks to drag and drop functionality.
In addition to the new features, it also allows you to set a schedule for routine tasks, whether daily, weekly or monthly, but you can also set occasional tasks, with reminders and dates to complete the goals and not forget their most important tasks.