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Microsoft To-Do Now Integrates with Windows 10 Mail and Calendar

After a recently testing an integration with Mail and Calendar, Microsoft To-Do is now part of the Windows 10 app.

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The love is continuing to show upon To-Do. Redmond has issued yet another update for its application, this time with a new integration on . Earlier this year, Microsoft released an integration for its Windows 10 in preview. That internal testing is now reaching all users.

Microsoft To-Do is now available within Mail and Calendar as a part of version 11001.20106. With this integration, users can access their To-Do tasks directly within the Mail and Calendar application.

At the moment, the feature is only available to Insiders in preview. However, it should move through the Insider program swiftly and reach end users on Windows 10 soon.

Microsoft is extending its To-Do app as an integral part of its consumer Outlook branded suite of apps on for Windows 10.

With today's Insider build release, Microsoft announced:

“Mail & Calendar (Version 11001.20106): It is now easier to keep track of your tasks from Mail and Calendar in Microsoft To-Do! With the latest Mail & Calendar update from the Store, we've added the ability to switch directly to To-Do in our app . This update is rolling out to both Insiders and Retail users as we speak.”

Recent Changes

Microsoft To-Do has been given red carpet treatment this year as Microsoft has made it an increasingly important part of Outlook. Just this month, Microsoft has integrated Cortana into To-Do and made changed to its Planned lists features.

In recent months, To-Do has gained some interesting features. Microsoft has added this year are Hashtag support, recurring tasks on iOS to Shared Lists and a Star Rating system.

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Luke Jones
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Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.