Microsoft has rolled out an update for the To-Do app on Android that bumps it up to version 1.24.55. It mainly consists of bug fixes, with no new frontend features getting added to this release. The full changelog can be viewed below:
- If you were interrupted while editing a to-do’s title, your changes may not have been saved. Now we’ll update titles with each change.
- We had a hard time remembering the usernames of new Microsoft Accounts. With this update we’ll display your username, even if we’ve only just met.
- Checking off a recurring to-do could create a second to-do that was already completed. Sorry about that. We’ll leave the completing to you from now on.
- We’re continuing to improve accessibility support.
Although the Android version doesn't have any new features, it does seem that development has picked up again for Microsoft's To-Do app, only a couple of weeks ago we learned that Microsoft is working on some new features, the company indicated, on their UserVoice page, that they have started development on some requested features. These include Subtasks and Shared Lists:
- "We are working on the option to Share Lists between users, in order to collaborate on them.This new feature is currently being tested internally in the team."
- "Our team is working on Subtasks for Microsoft To-Do on all platforms. Stay tuned for upcoming releases and updates of the app, which will all contain plenty of small and big improvements"
Microsoft To-Do isn't a calendar replacement, but rather a complement for the days tasks. It's available now for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile and on Android and iOS .
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