Microsoft is killing off the password

Posted April 22, 2017

To-Do is created to replace Wunderlist, which Microsoft plans to retire after all Wunderlist features have been built into the new app.

To-Do is now available for Android, iOS, and Windows 10 which allows users to keep track of tasks they need to perform during their day. These are tied to the primary list in To-Do, called "My Day.' In theory, this list should be empty every morning when you check it (assuming you completed yesterday's tasks)".

As is the case with a growing number of Microsoft applications and services, there's no standalone version of To-Do. However, you can also tap on the light bulb icon to show tasks left undone, as well as suggestions on what has yet to be done.

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To-Do also (obviously) integrates with Office 365 and Outlook, with more Microsoft integrations to be added in the future. It can make a list for any of your requirements, work, home projects and even your groceries. "It's an interesting, clever twist on the classic 'Today" list in other task management apps, allowing you to plan your work with intention and goal each day. It is essentially a task management app to help plan and manage our day.

Head over to the Microsoft To-Do web app and log in.

While this is a great system, and I will be using it for my Microsoft account going forward it, does have some drawbacks and does not eliminate the need to use strong, unique passwords for all of your accounts. While it's still the first preview build, To-Do has enough in it that's worth a look, especially if you're an Office user.

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The upcoming app will also be integrated in Microsoft Office, Outlook and Office 365 as a whole. Microsoft, on April 19, 2017, announced their Microsoft To-Do.

Microsoft goes on to promise that some of users' favourite Wunderlist features will be included as time goes on - but it's frustrating that basic essentials which made the app so handy, like list-sharing and apps for Android and iOS tablets, are not already available.

Microsoft explains that the To-Do app offers new features including "My Day" which lists items that needed to be done. It is said that To-Do keeps you more organized than Wunderlist did.

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