Microsoft To Do team to hold AMA next week about productivity and upcoming features
You can spend an hour with the Microsoft To Do team during an AMA next week.
What you need to know
- The Microsoft To Do team will hold an AMA on September 21, 2021.
- People can virtually meet the Microsoft To Do team at the event and ask questions.
- You have to register to attend the event through Microsoft's website.
The Microsoft To Do team wants to help people be more productive. To teach people how to get more organized and to manage tasks, the Microsoft To Do team will hold an "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) on September 21, 2021. The event kicks off at 12 PM EST (5 PM BST) and will last for an hour. If you want to participate in the AMA, you have to register for it through Microsoft's website.
"Meet the To Do product team and get your questions answered about productivity, upcoming features and tips," reads the registration page.
The Microsoft 365 Twitter account also highlighted the event.
Learn how #MicrosoftToDo can help you get organized and manage your tasks better. Join us for a live event and Q&A with the Microsoft To Do Product team on September 21, 2021: https://t.co/PIOkW8vkBt pic.twitter.com/0bFjXga9A1Learn how #MicrosoftToDo can help you get organized and manage your tasks better. Join us for a live event and Q&A with the Microsoft To Do Product team on September 21, 2021: https://t.co/PIOkW8vkBt pic.twitter.com/0bFjXga9A1— Microsoft 365 (@Microsoft365) September 13, 2021September 13, 2021
As you'd expect, the event will teach people how to use Microsoft To Do to be more productive, but it also looks like it will include general tips for managing tasks and getting work done.
Microsoft To Do is one of the best to-do list apps and regularly gains new features from Microsoft. You can ask the app's makers about upcoming features during the AMA.
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