Microsoft To-Do can now be used with Offic

0 Comments Microsoft To-Do, the company’s new task manager application, configured to replace Wunderlist, is now compatible with Office 365 Education accounts. The application is still in preview, so administrators must still enable Pending tasks on the “Services and Add-ons” page of the Office 365 administrator settings. The application also works with personal and work Microsoft accounts, although still It is not possible to login to the application with different types of accounts. Blogs: On Windows 10 PCs and phones, To-Do can be a good complement to Cortana’s reminders. As noted by All About Windows Phone, the Outlook calendar application now shows a shortcut to Microsoft To-Do when you click on the “…” menu, which redirects it to the task manager application or to the list Windows Store if it is not already installed. Pending tasks are not yet fully integrated into the Outlook calendar (unlike Cortana’s reminders), but they do appear in your Outlook tasks in the Outlook desktop application or in the Outlook web application.

Microsoft regularly updates Pending tasks with new functions, but the application does not seem to be completely ready to replace Wunderlist yet. If you still have to verify it, you can download Microsoft To-Do from the download link below.