Microsoft wants to help their users stay organized and get even more out of their day – and with their newest app, they plan to do just that.
Meet To-Do, an intelligent task management app that’s currently available in Preview. Fully integrated with Microsoft Office 365, To-Do lets you create a list for anything, from work, to chores to groceries and more.
Features include the capability to add reminders, due dates, notes, and personalization. Thanks to cloud integration, you can access your To-Do lists from mobile platforms, through web browsers, and of course, on your home computer.
Even better, To-Do offers an “Intelligent Suggestions” feature, which uses To-Do’s smart algorithm to highlight overdue and upcoming tasks ahead of others on your list. From there, you add the tasks you want to My Day, keeping them all in one high priority place.
Robust integration with Microsoft Office 365 currently allows users to automatically sync Tasks in Outlook with To-Do. Future updates will offer further features that come with integrating To-Do with other popular apps in the Office 365 suite.
Thanks to its foundation in the cloud, To-Do also comes with the enterprise-grade security you’ve come to expect from Microsoft products, such as data encryption during transit and at rest, and data storage in hyper-scale, globally networked data centers.
So be sure to give To-Do a try and see how it can change the way you tackle the day, both at home and at the office.
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