Microsoft To Do will soon support list sharing between personal and work accounts

Rabia Noureen

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Just like you can switch between personal and work accounts in Microsoft To-Do, you will soon be able to seamlessly share your lists between both accounts. Microsoft recently sent out an email to Office 365 subscribers, notifying that its task manager app will soon support list sharing between personal and work accounts.

Microsoft will begin the rollout process in mid-June, and general availability is expected in mid-July. The feature will be enabled by default for Office 365 customers, allowing them to join lists that are shared from external personal Microsoft accounts. However, Microsoft To Do users logged in with an Office 365 account won’t be able to share lists with users logged in with a personal Microsoft account.

Even though list sharing will be a welcome addition to Microsoft To Do, there’s still room for improvement. Many To Do users have been asking for the ability to view all tasks from multiple accounts without having to switch accounts, but to our knowledge, this isn’t something that’s currently being worked on. Do you think list sharing between work and personal accounts will be an acceptable alternative? Let us know in the comments below.