Microsoft To-Do is now integrated with Cortana in some regions

Back in December, Microsoft announced that To-Do is coming to Cortana, although the feature was only live for Insiders at the time. The firm announced today that the feature is now live, although it only works in English, and it's currently available for the U.S., UK, India, and Australia.

There are a number of things that you can try out with the new Cortana integration. You can ask the digital assistant to add something to your shopping list, or any other list or reminder. It can also recall lists, telling you things that you have planned for the day.

Microsoft also added some notes, such as that it works best if you disconnect Wunderlist from Cortana. There are also some things that are exclusive to either Cortana or To-Do. For example, if you add an attachment in Cortana, that will only be available in Cortana and it won't sync with To-Do, at least for the time being. Also, while they will sync with To-Do, you can only create location-based reminders in Cortana.

To get started, you just have to add your Outlook or Office 365 account to Cortana. The feature is available for Windows 10 version 1803 or above.

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