Microsoft To-Do beta for Android adds Planner integration

Microsoft To Do on Android
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Microsoft To-Do beta testers can now check on their Planner tasks with the app's latest update. Rolling out now for all beta testers, the app has added integration with Microsoft Planner, making it a little easier to keep your assigned tasks in sync with all of your other lists.

Once connected, you'll start seeing your Planner tasks in a new "Assigned to me" list in To-Do.

Of course, this wouldn't be an update without some bug fixes. Here's a full look at the release notes for the latest To-Do beta:

  • Planner integration. View your Planner tasks in Assigned to Me.
  • Ensure cursor position is at the end when editing multiple steps
  • Autosave steps when tapping dates/other steps
  • Do not change reminder time when a recurrence is added
  • Accessibility: Scroll search results as user gets to the bottom of list
  • Ensure Flagged setting is shown correctly after confirmation dialog is dismissed

If you've already opted into the To-Do beta, you should be able to grab this update from Google Play now. Otherwise, if you want to give it a whirl, you can opt in to be a beta tester from To-Do's store page. Planner integration should make its way to the release version of the app before too long if testing goes well.

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