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Windows Insiders can now use multiple accounts with Microsoft To-Do

Windows Insiders are getting a new update to Microsoft's To-Do app on Windows 10 today, bringing it to version 1.51.2505.0 on the Microsoft Store (via WindowsBlogItalia). The update doesn't come with a changelog, but there's a major addition in this version: support for multiple accounts.

Microsoft updates its To-Do app frequently, but new features don't always make their way to all platforms at the same time. Multi-account support was added to the Android version a while back, but Windows users are only now receiving the feature. Meanwhile, those on iOS are still waiting.

Despite its initial shortcomings, To-Do has grown to be a pretty good replacement for Wunderlist, which Microsoft acquired a few years ago only to kill some time later. Additions such as shared lists, multi-step tasks, and integration with Cortana and Microsoft Launcher make it a solid offering.

You can download Microsoft To-Do for Windows 10 here, get the Android version from the Play Store, or the iOS app from the App Store.

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