Microsoft To-Do list to replace Wunderlist

Otis Hoffman
April 22, 2017

Microsoft To-Do is the official successor to Wunderlist, the popular task management app acquired by Microsoft in mid-2015. You can create lists for various segments of your life like Work, a grocery list, a books to read list, etc.

To-Do is now available for Android, iOS, and Windows 10 which allows users to keep track of tasks they need to perform during their day. Microsoft To-Do is a completely different app from Wunderlist, and it's part of Microsoft's Office 365 suite.

When you open the To-Do app, it will show you a blank My Day list, which you can fill according to your plans. Outlook Tasks, for example, can be synced with To-Do.

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Exciting features from Wunderlist such as sharing lists, availability on all platforms (including Windows 10 Mobile), and integrations with external services, as promised by Microsoft, will be made available on To-do in the long run. To-Do is created to replace Wunderlist, which Microsoft plans to retire after all Wunderlist features have been built into the new app. Granted, this is a minimal app and service from Microsoft but if you are looking for a basic task-based application, To-Do may be the app for you. The most common way of dealing with this issue is to use a password manager package which stores your passwords in an encrypted format and fills them in as and when you need them; Microsoft's approach, however, is to do away with passwords altogether.

Whether you're an Office 365 user or not, To-Do is definitely worth a look.

"With phone sign-in, we're shifting the security burden from your memory to your device", Microsoft director Alex Simons wrote in a blog post. Did not Microsoft buy Wunderlist a couple of years ago exactly for that objective? While the name and icon may change, the team that brought you Wunderlist continues on.

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The feature works with the Microsoft Authenticator app for Android and iOS (no Windows phone version yet), and it's pretty easy to set up. That app is officially known as the Microsoft To-Do, codenamed as "Project Cheshire".

Microsoft has announced that the death of Wunderlist will not affect your saved lists in the app. Yes, the team released a Windows application version, but did not introduce new features in recent time.

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