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  1. Microsoft To Do now lets you share lists between personal and work accounts Microsoft To Do users with personal accounts will now be able to share their lists with enterprise and education accounts, as the Redmond firm today announced that support for external sharing is being made generally available. Interestingly, the Microsoft 365 Roadmap listing notes that the capability to share lists with work accounts was slated to arrive in October last year. However, it is possible that the rollout was a staggered one and is only now available to all users. The To
  2. The new Microsoft To Do widgets are now available for Apple iOS 14 devices In the new iOS 14 update, Apple allows users to add widgets to their home screen. Today, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft To Do widgets for iOS 14 devices. With the new widgets, you can view your to-do lists from your home screen. Microsoft To Do will allow you to add any of the following three types of widgets. Your Tasks Widget: The Your Tasks widget helps you select and view tasks from a list of your choice. The widget is available in two sizes
  3. Microsoft To Do app receives an update on Android Microsoft’s task management app, Microsoft To Do for Android has received an update. Taking the app version to 2.37.179, the update brings fixes for a number of issues, improvements, and no new features. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog We have fixed the bug with the daily planning reminders setting as well, now you can turn OFF this setting if you don’t want daily planning reminders. In this release, we have fixed extra lines issues in notes
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