Microsoft today revealed that Microsoft To-Do will now allow file attachments for your tasks. The update comes less than a week after the feature first arrived for beta testers and is available across all platforms.
When you're setting up or editing a task in To-Do, you can now attach any file or photo up to 25MB in size. However, the feature is limited to personal tasks, so you won't be able to attach files to shared lists. That doesn't rule out the possibility that attachments will be added for shared lists later, but it isn't available for now.
One of your most requested features has just landed across all our platforms—file attachments! In our latest update (1.49), you can upload any file or photo (up to 25mb) to a personal list. pic.twitter.com/dibGA5KH12— Microsoft To-Do (@MicrosoftToDo) January 28, 2019
Whether you're already a To-Do user, or you have yet to try the app, you can give the latest update and file attachments a try across Android, iPhone, and Windows 10.
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