Microsoft is rolling out a small, but useful update for its checklist app, To-Do, for Insiders. The update ticks the app up to version number 1.35.1807.6002, and includes the ability to mark your activities as "important" (via Windows Blog Italia)
On your to-do items, you'll now see a star icon to the right of the activity. Clicking the icon will mark it as "important," helping it to stand out from other tasks on your list. All activities you've starred will then be grouped under their own section of important items.
It's a small change, but one that should make it easier to stay on top of the most pressing tasks you have on your list.
The update appears to be rolling out now for Insiders on the Fast and Skip Ahead rings for Windows 10. Presumably, we'll see the same feature roll out to other platforms, as well as the general release version, soon.
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