Microsoft adds several new features for its To-Do app on Windows 10 and iOS

Microsoft has rolled out a bevy of new features for its To-Do productivity app across several platforms. Some of the major changes introduced by the new updates are a new set of emojis on Windows 10 and a full-screen mode for the sidebar on the iPhone.

In addition to the new emojis added to the app's emoji picker, the update also provides the option to view a wider set of emoji from the Windows emoji keyboard by pressing Windows key +. Also, you can connect your Outlook or Office 365 account to Cortana and set fresh reminders and tasks using the digital assistant.

Microsoft added the Cortana integration to the app in December of last year for users on Windows 10 build 18267. A month later, the feature went live for all users in the U.S., U.K., India, and Australia.

On iOS, the app's version number has been bumped up to 1.50, which introduces the ability to leave or remove a list directly from the sidebar on both the iPhone and iPad. The individual updates are available to download from the Microsoft Store and Apple App Store.

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