iPad owners can now view a lot more content in the Microsoft To-Do iOS app

Brad Stephenson

Microsoft To-Do app on iPad

The iOS Microsoft To-Do app updated today with some added functionality for owners of Apple’s iPad range of tablets.

After installing the update, iPad users will now be able to view lists, tasks, and task steps all at once via three distinct and ever-present columns, a design change made for the iOS app when viewed on larger screens.

A VoiceOver bug was also fixed with this update. Here’s the official release notes:

  • New: We’ve just made productivity a whole lot easier on the iPad—we now support a three pane layout! Huh? We hear you say, what does that mean? It means that you can see your lists, your tasks, and the steps for a particular task all at the same time. You will no longer need to dismiss the sidebar in order to get back to ticking off your tasks.
  • Fixed: We had an accessibility issue where VoiceOver wouldn’t let you edit a note. We’ve fixed that one now.

Microsoft To-Do is a free task management tool that’s available on web, Windows 10, and Android in addition to iOS. The Windows 10 version also updated today and added a new feature for pinning lists to a Windows 10 device’s Start Menu.

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