Microsoft To Do app – FAQ and all you need to know

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  1. Wilhelm van der Merwe

    Thanks for the nice overview @shiwangiPeswani. It’s a pity one can’t link a work 365 address to this as well – I have To-Do’s in both work and private accounts, so being able to just hook one up doesn’t quite deliver as much as one would have liked and makes it pretty much useless as a proper business app. 🙁

  2. Jim Leatzow

    While at first look “To Do” seemed like a very good start, I am very disappointed in how little flexibility it provides. For instance, I have to write reports for the State & federal courts. I added a “Report Schedule” that is intended to show the time line of reports due. I enter them as 12/29/17 Report: ABCXYZ. One that is loaded, I have tried to sort by so called “Due Date”, but there is NO CLUE what or how ToDo views the date I have put in. It seems to kind of sort, but some dates are out of order. Secondly, once you add a followup task, you do not allow any editing. What kind of goofy choice is that where a user cannot modify an entry? You have to delete it & rewrite it with the changes. That’s nuts.

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