At the end of last month, Microsoft announced that it would be bringing support for shared lists in Microsoft To-Do, taking steps to close the gap between the new app and the Wunderlist offering it has previously acquired.
Today, the company is beginning to roll out the new feature to the public, though you might not see it right away. Sharing to-do lists is a simple process: you'll see an icon at the top of the list that allows you to create an invitation link. From there, you can send it to anyone you'd like to collaborate with you on the list. You can revoke the sharing link once all the desired members have joined, or stop sharing entirely at any time.
List sharing is supported by personal Microsoft accounts and professional or school accounts alike. Personal accounts can invite anyone who also has a personal Microsoft account, while professional users can invite anyone in the same organization.
While the new update does bring To-Do closer to the now-retired Wunderlist, the offering still isn't as complete, lacking integration with Microsoft's Launcher for Android or Cortana. However, when asked on Twitter, the support account for the app said the feature is in the works, at least for Microsoft Launcher.
The latest update for To-Do starts rolling out today and should be available to everyone during the week.