Windows 10’s To-Do app updates with new customization options

Brad Stephenson

Microsoft To-Do app

The Windows 10 Microsoft To-Do app has updated today with some new options and bug fixes. Of particular note is the new customization options for the My Day section which now allows users to add a background image and hide completed tasks.

Here’s the full official release notes for all of the details.

  • Have you tried out List Sharing yet? Just tap the sharing icon, create a list share link and send it to collaborators using the app of your choice.
  • We’ve added list options to My Day, so you can now select your background, sort your to-dos and choose to hide your completed to-dos there.
  • Speaking of My Day, you may have noticed that we weren’t always showing the recurring to-dos you’d added there. We’ve fixed that glitch, so we’ll no longer remove to-dos you add to My Day.
  • Our bulk editing has been improved, making it easier to update due dates for multiple to-dos. With this update, you can now bulk edit the due dates of groups of to-dos that currently have different due dates.

Microsoft To-Do is a basic Windows 10 task management app and is also available for free on iOS and Android devices. Users can sync data between the different To-Do apps by signing in with the same Microsoft account.

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