Microsoft has issued an update for its task managing application To-Do. This latest release is available on iOS, Android, and Windows and adds some important new features. Leading the additions is support for subtasks, something Microsoft says it among the most requested features. Subtasks in To-Do are called “Steps” but it is worth mentioning this feature is not yet available on Android. Steps is an options (displayed as “Add Step”) below the title when a new task is created. Users can create as many subtasks as they want. However, you should remember that marking all Steps as complete will not do the same to the main task. While Microsoft says this is among the most requested features, many other important tools are missing from To-Do. For example, there is still no Cortana integration. Considering the way users manage tasks in a more automated way, the lack of Cortana support is a problem.
Microsoft Updates To-Do with Subtasks Feature
Called Steps, users now have the ability to create subtasks in To-Do, something Microsoft says is one of the most requested features.