Microsoft To Do for iOS gets updated with support for auto-saving of Task Notes and more

Microsoft has released an update for Microsoft To Do app on iOS. The new update brings support for sharing lists between personal and work accounts, auto-saving of Task Notes and more. Here is the changelog for the update:

  • To the delight of developers, we have provided Linked Entity support for web and other standard URLs in To Do graph API for iOS. Linked entity provides users context (details of task's source like Email task, etc.) and actionability (e.g. link back to that email task). Hence, it enables the user to efficiently recall and act on a task.

  • Now you can share a list from your personal account to a work account.

  • We have added auto-saving of Task Notes. You no longer need to save notes after every edit.

  • We have fixed some bugs related to adding tasks from Siri, sync issues and Task Notes.

Microsoft has been constantly improving the To Do app on all the platforms. Just a couple of months back, the company released a major update for Microsoft To Do app that brought new features including updated today and week view, ability to print lists, and more.

The latest update bumps the app to version 2.28 and is available for download from the App Store.

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