Microsoft To-Do launched in early 2017 as a relatively simple to-do list app that works across several platforms. And though Microsoft stated at the time that it intends for To-Do to replace Wunderlist, it hasn't evolved much from its simple beginnings. However, it looks like that's about to change, as Microsoft has confirmed it has started work on some major new features (via Thurrott).
In recent updates to the Microsoft To-Do UserVoice page, Microsoft has flipped the status on several new feature requests to "Started." Among those is Cortana integration, along with the ability to share lists with others and collaborate on them, and the ability to create subtasks. The UserVoice confirms that the team is actively working on a MacOS app for To-Do as well.
There's no timeframe available for any of these features, so it's anyone's guess when they'll arrive. But one thing's for sure: To-Do could use some added pep if it's meant to attract users from other list apps.
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