Microsoft To Do's task suggestion feature uses AI to improve productivity
A new section within Microsoft To Do uses AI to help organize your tasks.
What you need to know
- Microsoft To Do on the web now supports AI task suggestions in its 'Tasks that seem important' section.
- The feature identifies tasks that seem important and suggests that you add them to your day.
- Suggestions also include starred tasks and tasks with deadlines.
Managing a to-do list can help improve productivity, but only if you actually use it. Microsoft To Do for the web has a new feature that uses AI to suggest which tasks you should add to your day. The new feature should make it easier to make sure that all of the important things you need to do today are on a single list.
Microsoft announced that the feature is rolling out to Microsoft To Do on the web in a recent Tech Community post. The post also explains how the feature works:
The task suggestion feature shows up to seven tasks that seem the most relevant to you. It updates with new tasks as well. If a task is overdue or due tomorrow, the feature will push that taask to the list of suggestions. The suggestions panel also has a "Later" and "Earlier" section for tasks that have due dates in the future.
Microsoft To Do syncs across platforms, so tasks you create and manage on one device will sync to your other devices.
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