Microsoft To Do updated on all platforms, including tools for frontline workers
The Windows 10 version of Microsoft To Do now supports tasks from the frontline worker flow of Planner.
What you need to know
- Microsoft To Do recently received updates on all major platforms.
- The Windows 10 version includes multiple improvements for frontline workers.
- The Android version includes an improve widget to show overdue tasks in red.
Microsoft recently shipped updates to Microsoft To Do on Android, iOS, and Windows 10 (via OnMSFT). The Windows 10 version of the app includes changes that help frontline workers. The app now supports tasks from the Front-Line Worker flow of Planner. The Android and iOS versions of the Microsoft To Do improve the app's widget and voiceover experience respectively.
Here's the changelog for the Android version:
- You asked for it and we got it for you; the improved and better, planned view. Now, with a new all planned filter option, you see all your planned tasks at the same time.
- To make your task management better, we have improved the widget to show overdue tasks in red. The whole behavior is consistent with the app
- There are a couple of bugs and crash fix in this version to provide you with a smooth experience.
The iOS version has a short changelog with only one update:
- There are a couple of bug fixes in this version, providing you a better VoiceOver experience.
The Windows 10 version of Microsoft To Do features improvements for frontline workers:
- Voila! Sharing tasks with your organization's front-line workers is easier than ever. We now support tasks coming from the Front-Line Worker (FLW) flow of Planner.
- FLW tasks will show up as read-only tasks and cannot be edited by the user.
- You can also add FLW tasks to My Day along with your other tasks and organize your day better!
- We made a few accessibility fixes to the narrator announcements during step deletion and removal of currently applied sorting.
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