Microsoft Lists now available on Android for business and enterprise customers

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What you need to know

  • Microsoft Lists for Android is now available for business and enterprise customers.
  • An Office 365 or Microsoft 365 commercial subscription that includes SharePoint is required to use Microsoft Lists on Android.
  • Microsoft Lists is a task and project management application that connects with Microsoft 365.

Microsoft Lists is a task management application that integrates with Microsoft 365. It allows businesses and organizations to coordinate workflows and projects. First released in 2020, Microsoft Lists is now available on Android.

The app focuses heavily on collaboration and working across platforms and locations. Lists supports co-authoring and templates to help organize task management. It has "built-in enterprise-grade data security and compliance" and Intune device management support as well. You can use the app offline as well to view and organize lists.

"With Lists, you can manage events, track issues and assets, help with new employees onboarding, and keep coordinated across inventory," reads the app's description. "With access on the go and collaboration, you can keep everyone connected with Microsoft Lists. Start quickly with ready-made templates, add content to the columns, set priorities, share lists, invite teammates, and manage your work and information seamlessly."

To use Microsoft Lists, you need to have an Office 365 or Microsoft 365 commercial subscription that includes SharePoint.

If your organization needs something less robust than the full Microsoft Lists, you can keep an eye out for the lightweight version of the app aimed at small businesses and individuals. Microsoft started previewing its standalone version of Lists in January 2022.

Sean Endicott
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