Microsoft To Do app updates on Android, iOS, and Windows 10 with fixes and improvements

Brad Stephenson

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Microsoft To-Do updated across iOS, Windows 10, and Android devices today with a variety of different changes and fixes for each platform.

The Windows 10 app update improved the tagging and Flagged Email experiences while also fixing a sorting bug and refining the colors for better accessibility.

Here’s the full release notes for the Windows 10 update:

  • Using @mentions to assign tasks while you type? We’ve made it even easier now: press tab to auto-complete.
  • The sections within your Flagged Email list have had a slight name change to make the sections clearer.
  • We fixed an issue that caused you issues with manual sorting after exiting one of our automatic sort options.
  • We made a lot of accessibility fixes, including adjusting colors for better contrast and improving keyboard navigation within a list.
  • The iOS app update improved the Wunderlist import feature and the speed of which tasks are added to My Day and also fixed some bugs associated with image adding, character adding, and error messages.

Here’s the release notes for the iOS update:

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  • We fixed the delay between adding a task from Suggestions and seeing it in My Day.
  • Importing from Wunderlist? We’re very happy to have you. If you switched accounts during the import you may have noticed an issue with the import. We’ve fixed it now.
  • If you were too speedy when you added a photo as a file to a task, we would attach the photo twice. We’ve caught up with your speediness and will only add one photo now.
  • The sections within your Flagged Email list have had a slight name change to make the sections clearer.
  • We fixed a problem when adding characters with the return key on a task in Japanese or Chinese.
  • We’ve improved our error messages, so, if something goes wrong, we’ll give you more of an idea of what the issue is.
  • The Microsoft To Do Android update made it easier to sign in in landscape mode and improved accessibility across the board.

Here’s the full notes for the Android update:

  • It’s now easier to sign in when in landscape mode.
  • We made some small color adjustments to our app.
  • We fixed a few crashes.
  • A lot of accessibility issues were fixed, including supporting landscape mode for our support articles, and making sure to go back to the first task in the list when you remove sorting.

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