We've seen a steady stream of new features hitting Microsoft To-Do in recent months, but the latest will be a big deal for fans of inking on Windows 10. Revealed by Microsoft on Twitter, Windows Insiders using To-Do will now be able to write out tasks in their own handwriting, thanks to built-in support for inking.
Windows 10 Insiders should now be able to add to their To-Do lists using either their fingers or a stylus. It's the extension of a feature that Microsoft has embraced widely across Windows 10, and continues to roll out to its stable of apps over time.
Ink support is now available to #WindowsInsiders! Become an Insider to try it out and let us know what you think! http://msft.social/scmf/OrMCe04Lcp0lOEFPe7hCqG4J3zYEQMZNEAlCef8HIOi2KydWglngkbYqR-l3HrKtCg0_3pYuwSUFH7upl5whnCWDLA44MHKdJQ/3p2eNS pic.twitter.com/8DERbhDJdNInk support is now available to #WindowsInsiders! Become an Insider to try it out and let us know what you think! http://msft.social/scmf/OrMCe04Lcp0lOEFPe7hCqG4J3zYEQMZNEAlCef8HIOi2KydWglngkbYqR-l3HrKtCg0_3pYuwSUFH7upl5whnCWDLA44MHKdJQ/3p2eNS pic.twitter.com/8DERbhDJdN— Microsoft To-Do Help (@MicrosoftToDo) September 4, 2018September 4, 2018
Microsoft is still pushing to bring To-Do up to snuff as a replacement for Wunderlist, which it acquired in 2015, but it has made significant progress in recent months with additions like tagging, important tasks, and list sharing.
If you're an Insider, you should be able to check out inking support with the latest update available for To-Do on the Microsoft Store.
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