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Microsoft To-Do rolls out 'Planned' smart list feature on Windows 10

After a short bit of testing with Insiders, Microsoft has brought its "Planned" smart list feature to its To-Do app for Windows 10. The feature, which offers an overview of your upcoming week, initially debuted alongside the revamped web version of To-Do.

The new section sits alongside your "My Day" and "Important" tabs on the left-hand menu. Clicking or tapping into it will give you a look at upcoming tasks for the next five days, along with those that may be a little further down the road.

Here's the official look at all of what's new from the release notes:

  • The Planned smart list is now available on Windows! Just open Planned for an overview of your scheduled tasks for today, tomorrow, the next 5 days and beyond.
  • We've made our tiles a bit tidier with better formatting when the small size is selected.

If you're a heavy To-Do user, you can pick up the latest updates with version 1.41.12741.0 from the Microsoft Store now.

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3 Comments
  • The "Planned" feature is in the Windows 10 Mobile too. I remember when software had instructions indicating how it worked and the features.
  • Love it.
  • This needs to integrate back to Exchange so I can also manage it from Outlook. Planner tasks need to do the same thing.