Microsoft To-Do beta now supports grouping lists

Microsoft To Do on Android
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What you need to know

  • Microsoft To-Do beta on Android now supports grouping lists.
  • The feature aims to help users stay organized and to reduce clutter.
  • The feature doesn't seem available for every user on the beta at this time.

Microsoft To-Do beta on Android received a new update that includes support for grouping lists. Users can group lists together to reduce clutter and keep their lists organized. While the changelog lists this feature, I do not have it on my Android phone even though I'm running the latest version of the beta available to me. There's a chance that it will roll out differently to different users or that my phone is a bit behind.

Microsoft To-Do has had a good year so far, including rolling out to Macs and gaining several new features. The developers behind the app brought over many of the remaining missing features from Wunderlist and integrated Microsoft To-Do with several Microsoft services including Cortana and Microsoft Planner.

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