Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To-Do

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-04-19
  • Current Version: 1.41
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 62.58 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 8,182 Reviews)
  • Price:
Microsoft To-Do App Ratings: 4.5
Total 8,182 Reviews

Microsoft To-Do App Description

Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it's for work, school or home, To-Do will help you increase your productivity and decrease your stress levels. It combines intelligent technology and beautiful design to empower you to create a simple daily workflow. Organize your day with To-Do's smart Suggestions and complete the most important tasks or chores you need to get done, every day. To-Do syncs between your phone and computer, so you can access your to-dos from school, the office, or the grocery store or even while you're traveling around the world. You can quickly add, organize and schedule your to-dos while you're on the go. With important to-dos that you really shouldn't forget you can add reminders and due dates—we'll remember them for you. And if you have to-dos that you need to tick off on a daily, weekly or yearly basis you can set up recurring due dates to remind you each and every time. To-Do also works with your Outlook Tasks, making it easier to manage all of your tasks in whichever app you’re in. Whether you want to manage your to-dos when using Outlook or To-Do, they’ll always be available to you in both places. You can also use To-Do as a note-taking app, adding detailed notes to every to-do—from addresses, to details about that book you want to read, to the website for your favorite café. You can collect all your tasks and notes in one place to help you achieve more. What areas of your life do you want to be more productive in? You can have a color-coded list for each. Now you can quickly add your homework to one list, your groceries to another, your packing list, your work projects and your home DIY projects to yet more lists. You can create as many lists as fits your lifestyle. And if you follow a productivity system such as GTD (David Allen's Getting Things Done Methodology) then you can create a Someday list or a Follow-up list. To-Do is here for you, whether your goals are for this week or in 5 years time. Plan what you want to focus on each morning and give yourself a powerful productivity boost for the day. This simple to-do list app is free to download and use. It includes customizable themes, notes, reminders, due dates, smart Suggestions, and syncing across multiple devices. In short, everything you need to manage your life and accomplish more. Completing your tasks or chores has never been so easy. Errands just got a little more enjoyable with To-Do. It is the task management tool you need to add to your daily arsenal. Learn more about To-Do at By installing Microsoft To-Do, you agree to these terms of use:


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Microsoft To-Do App Reviews

  • This is my favorite to-do app

    By Lali0380
    Note: I use todo apps for myself and cannot comment on sharing capabilities or lack thereof. I have tried several todo apps and this one is my favorite. I have been using it for more than a year. I appreciate the simplicity of this app. It is easy to use. And it has a clean look I prefer. I also like the color scheme. And I really like the My Day list. I like that we start fresh each day. I also like that if we don’t get to all those items today then the next day it will appear as a suggestion to add to My Day. I thought that we couldn’t move items from one list to another, but I just discovered we can! I don’t know if that was included in one of the updates or if the feature has always been there and I just didn’t realize. A recent update allows users to star priority items, which is a nice feature. Oh and I do also appreciate that there is a desktop version of this app that syncs with the phone version. I haven’t used the desktop version in awhile , but I appreciate that it’s there. A minor complaint - I would like to be able to do multiple sorts on a list. For the My Day list, I want to arrange the items in order of which task I am going to do first. But I also want to sort by completed tasks so completed tasks are moved to the bottom. I know I can just hide completed tasks, but for My Day I like to be able to see what I accomplished. Actually, I think completed tasks should automatically be moved to the bottom without having to sort them. 8/05/18 in an update, when we pull up the app it takes us to the last list we worked on instead of My Day. I liked it better before. I mostly use My Day and when I go to a different list it is just for the moment so I usually don’t need to work on that list when I pull up the app again. 10/17/18 I don’t like the way repeating tasks are handled. If we don’t complete the task by the due date, when we complete the task it shows next date due from the last date due instead of the date we actually completed it. So if, for example, I have a task that repeats weekly, and I am overdue by two weeks, but I complete it today, then the next due date will show as last week. It doesn’t take it account that I only completed the task today so now the next due date should be a week from today. I also noticed the desktop version has a “planned” list showing items with upcoming due dates, but the mobile version doesn’t have this feature. It would be nice if the mobile version also had this feature. This seems like it should be an easy update.
  • Overall does what it needs to do

    By IronMke
    I enjoy the app because it is simple to setup and use and because it syncs across my phone, tablet, and pc. One feature I would like to see is to add multiple reminders for the same task.
  • Apple Watch thx

    By maxG00
    Need Apple Watch support.
  • Recomendable

    By lopezsoto
    Me gustaría q tenga algo más de agenda con fechas de cronología de actividades
  • Account required

    By Mgvjhg
    Don't want to make Microsoft account for a todo list :(
  • A simple reminders app is just what most of us need.

    By e10. with a lightning port.
    I started looking for a reminders app when I realized that the calendar’s “up next” widget contains reminders as well, so I deleted reminders and started looking elsewhere. Most of the reminders apps I’ve seen are either really simple, too complicated, or have complex tasks and just useless stuff locked behind a paywall. Microsoft’s ToDo is not the best app for the job, but it’s at least got the basics down, doesn’t lock it in a paywall, and doesn’t make it super complex. I would still like having location based reminders like on the Apple app, but I’ll forgive it. It still has: Reminders based on time, repeating reminders daily-weekly-monthly-yearly, notes, and color coded reminders groups. Yes, I wish it had location reminders, and that it didn’t force me to have it’s “Tasks” group, but it really is all you need. It’s basic, and that’s good.
  • Very Good but need improvements

    By iJobsFan
    This is overall a simple and very good app, but would be very useful with additional functionality. 1) Custom Categories of To Do 2) Custom schedules a task. Ex: Pay for bus pass on fourth Sunday with a start date and repeat frequency of every 3 months. Thanks
  • Looks nice but ...

    By lsnjd
    The look and feel of the app is nice, but the reliability and features are still very lacking. There are numerous sync issues between devices. Changes I’ve made to lists still haven’t propagated to my iPad or the web version. Sync issues are even more of an issue with shared lists. If they don’t reliably sync, then what’s the point. Looks like it’s back to Apple’s Reminders app. It’s ugly and missing a lot of modern features, but at least the syncing is reliable.
  • How did I live without this app?

    By shoegal1972
    It’s easy, I can create shared lists with my family. It integrates with outlook tasks, the perfect app that brings personal and work life together.
  • Not using IOS badges makes for poor app

    By Nashtop
    Think about it...this app is supposed to help you manage tasks and ultimately get things done. The decision to not take advantage of the IOS badge notification feature on the iPhone is a real disappointment. When I get up in the morning I need a visual reminder that there are tasks ready to get done for the day which is exactly what the badge notifications provide. Oh and by the way...EVERY competing todo app does use IOS badge notifications. Really a basic requirement that I am surprised Microsoft has missed.