Microsoft To-Do app for iOS and Android gets faster sync, undo, and more features

Microsoft's To-Do productivity app has been constantly receiving a plethora of updates over the past couple of months, the most recent of which include the addition of hashtags for organizing tasks across projects and support for inking within the app. Now, Microsoft has rolled out a slew of fresh updates both to the app's iOS and Android versions, adding new capabilities for end users.

The update to Microsoft To-Do for iOS and Android bumps up the app's version to 1.39 and 1.38.85, respectively.

On the iOS platform, Microsoft To-Do now allows you to move tasks between lists more easily by swiping from the left on the to-do, tapping the yellow "Move to" button, and selecting the new list. The To-Do list has also been renamed to Tasks. Finally, the update adds a faster-syncing capability for new lists and an improved voiceover support when completing tasks.

Additionally, the Android version of the app has received a more helpful feature which lets you restore a to-do list to the Important smart list by just tapping the Undo button if you have accidentally removed one. It's got a faster sync capability as well. Microsoft also fixed a crash that previously could take place when you remove members.

You can download the latest updates from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

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