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Microsoft To-Do Receives Update on iOS and Android

Microsoft To-Do has been updated on iOS and Android, adding a couple of new features to the app across the mobile platforms.


Users of To-Do on iOS and devices have today received a new update for the popular task management app. Across both platforms, Microsoft has added several new features. The latest release continues the companies push to feature parity with Wunderlist.

Looking at the Android update first, Microsoft To-Do now has improvements for both light and dark modes. Both modes should now look better for users. Elsewhere on Android, To-Do now has an option for showing or hiding completed tasks within the important list.

For the full release notes, check below:

  • You can now print your lists! Find the option in your list menu.
  • We've changed some of our graphics so that they look better with light mode & dark mode.
  • We've added the option to show or hide completed tasks in your Important list.
  • We made several smaller fixes & improvements.

Microsoft To-Do is available on Android from the Google Play Store here.

Update for iOS

Moving to iOS, Microsoft To-Do now supports push notifications to personal Microsoft accounts. The app now integrates more efficiently with Wunderlist lists. Finally, a new star label has been added for important tasks in Planner.

Full changelog for Microsoft To-Do on iOS:

Importing your lists from Wunderlist? We'll now highlight the lists that were shared in Wunderlist and prompt you to reshare them in To Do.

We'll now star your tasks from Planner if the importance level is set.

We fixed an issue where tasks sometimes disappeared due to a network error.

We've brought push notifications to personal Microsoft accounts. What does this mean? If you share a list, you'll be notified if the other person adds a task or checks on off. Coming soon for work and school accounts too.

We've given our menu a bit of elasticity, so it stretches a bit if you try to extend it past its maximum view. It's all in the details.

To get Microsoft To-Do on iOS, head to the App Store here.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
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.

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