Microsoft brings native version of To-Do to macOS


Microsoft has released a native Mac version of To-Do, its day planner and checklist app ultimately intended to replace Wunderlist.

Microsoft To-Do macOS

The focus of the app is “My Day,” a tab merging scheduled and suggested tasks. Users can set one-off or recurring due dates and reminders, and attach notes and files to any task, though the latter are capped at 25 megabytes.

Custom lists can be color-coded and/or shared with others. Perhaps the most critical feature of the app is sync with Outlook, the email and organizer software included with Microsoft Office.

Until today the only Mac option for To-Do was a Web client. Native apps were already available for iOS, Windows, and Android.

Microsoft first launched To-Do in April 2017, almost two years after it bought out Wunderlist developer 6Wunderkinder. At the time it said it wouldn’t phase out Wunderlist until To-Do had absorbed “the best” features, but as of June 2019 the former is not only still functioning, but one of the top-rated Productivity titles on the App Store.

To-Do for Mac is a free download, and runs on macOS 10.13 or later.

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