Microsoft To Do 2.0
Microsoft To Do 2.0
All new design to officially replace Wunderlist
#5 Product of the Day
September 10, 2019
Got something on your mind? Get Microsoft To Do. Whether you want to increase your productivity, decrease your stress levels, or just free up some mental space, Microsoft To Do makes it easy to plan your day and manage your life.
a year ago
Microsoft outs To Do as Wunderlist successor, but founder wants app back | Trusted Reviews
There's good news and bad news for fans of the Wunderlist to-do list app today. The bad news is the Microsoft-owned app is still being shut down. The good news is its successor looks an awful lot like the original.
Microsoft unveils all new To Do app to replace Wunderlist - 9to5Mac
Microsoft today has officially unveiled an all-new version of its To Do application as it continues to integrate features of the Wunderlist platform it acquired in 2015. The company touts that the new To Do application is a major upgrade, with a new design, deeper integration with other platforms, and more.
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Maker of Things
Ah, so this why Christian Reber offered to buy back Wanderlist from Microsoft.
Founder & CEO at JuntoHQ.com
People hate on this product, but I find it quite good. Why? 1. It's very simple and easy to use. 2. The syncing is fast and accurate. 3. Great desktop (Mac app) + mobile support. 4. Has all the key features you'd need as a baseline, but nothing more. 5. Has a gorgeous UI including great full-bleed background images to choose from. MS shutting down Wunderlist (a silly decision) is a separate issue from the quality of this product.
I agree with you, specially because it offers all that for free. Also, the "My Day" feature is one of the best things of the app, and very well implemented. Competitors like any.do or ticktick, while have similar feature, it is not near as good.
Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
agreed. Microsoft To Do is the only task manager that's useful to me
Founder, Brutal TearDowns
To Do: Identity much-loved apps, acquire them, ruin them and alienate their users.
Still no natural language processing...3 years after Wunderlist had it implemented perfectly. "Remind me to check and see if To Do has basic functionality [in 6 months]"
Why replace Wunderlist? at least it works on Mac also