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