Microsoft recently shipped updates to Microsoft To Do on Android, iOS, and Windows (via OnMSFT). None of the changes are groundbreaking, but they all help the app a bit on each platform. The biggest change is likely in the Windows version, which improves accessibility and app syncing with its most recent update. Microsoft To Do is already the best to-do list app for Windows, but updates are always welcome.
Recent updates also improve the Microsoft To Do widget on Android and improve syncing for the iOS version.
Here’s what’s new for the Windows version of Microsoft To Do:
- We’ve made a few accessibility fixes and improvements to the app sync process to facilitate a seamless in-app and cross-device experience for you.
If you’re on Android, you’ll receive the following changes:
- We heard your feedback and have improved the Widget experience by reducing the snackbar display time.
- There are improvements in notes and reminder experience as well.
Here’s Microsoft’s changelog of the iOS version of Microsoft To Do:
- In this release, we have made UX improvements for a better sync experience. There are some accessibility bug fixes as well.
Some of the updates started rolling out last week, but they’re all relatively new, so we’ve gathered them together for convenience.
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