Microsoft To-Do now lets you attach files to shared lists on all platforms

Microsoft To Do iOS
Microsoft To Do iOS (Image credit: Windows Central)

Updated April 25, 2019: Microsoft has announced that file attachments for shared lists are now available on all platforms. The original story, focused on iOS, follows.

File attachments can now be added to your shared lists in Microsoft To-Do for iOS. File attachments first made their way to To-Do in January, but they were only initially available for lists that weren't shared with others. Since then, Microsoft has been gradually rolling the feature out to shared lists, allowing you to keep important files in sync with your collaborators.

In addition to shared list file attachments, the latest update includes a couple of new accessibility features and improvements for syncing. Here's the full rundown:

  • New: File attachments come to shared lists!
  • Improved: We've been making sync improvements.
  • Accessibility: We now announce when a file has been uploaded successfully.
  • Accessibility: We now announce how many tasks are selected in edit mode.

To-Do has been making great strides over the last year or so as Microsoft prepares to make it a full replacement for Wunderlist. Some of the more interesting features to hit the app in recent months include the ability to managed flagged Outlook emails, multiple account support, and autosave for notes on Android.

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