Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To-Do

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-04-19
  • Current Version: 1.61
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 79.20 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
Score: 4.5
From 17,810 Ratings


Got something on your mind? Get Microsoft To-Do. Whether you want to increase your productivity, decrease your stress levels, or just free up some mental space, Microsoft To-Do makes it easy to plan your day and manage your life. With Microsoft To-Do, you can: • Stay focused with My Day, a personalized daily planner with suggested tasks • Get your lists anywhere, on any device • Share lists and tasks with your friends, family, colleagues, and classmates • Create color-coded lists • Set one-time or recurring due dates and reminders • Break your tasks into manageable steps • Add notes to any task • Attach files up to 25 MB to any task • Sync your tasks between Outlook and To-Do Whether it's for work, school, or home, To-Do helps you organize and simplify your plans. To-Do is free and available on all your devices. Learn more: Follow us on Twitter: @MicrosoftToDo Have an idea or feature suggestion? Need support? By installing Microsoft To-Do, you agree to the Microsoft Terms of Use:



  • Piece of junk

    By Rockbits
    What a piece of junk. When Microsoft bought Wunderlist I thought they would bring over some of their ideas and functionality. It’s been what? Three years since then? Obviously we have the B team on this dev project since this app has less functionality than Wunderlist did in beta.
  • Todo via Microsoft

    By Russ Wilcox
    Excellent app. Thanks
  • Easy to use, but missing basics

    By fifithepinkpoodle
    The nice clean, easy to use, interface gets you started. However, it won’t print or export anything so your lists are locked in. Supposedly it connects to Outlook. I had no luck making that work and resent such a chore for something that should be simple.
  • Easy simple app with one drawback

    By Hotmail msn user
    I really like how easy this app is to use. The one drawback is that we cannot assign a date for the tasks (or I haven’t figured out how). I like to plan my tasks for the next day at night the day before. This means I have to “move” them in the morning. It is easy to do but it seems this should be an easy fix.
  • Unable to login my account

    By amitpuridelhi
    I am unable to login my account, every times he shows me ERROR 401. My password and account id is correct but i am not able to login it.
  • Perfect for me

    By RevRMK
    I am one of those people who keep trying different organizational apps and systems. I’ve found this one best meets my needs for on that is not cluttered and great for the day to day lists I make. I love creating a project list of tasks, giving the a date or making a more detailed sub-list, giving it a date or not. The best part is starting each My Day with a clean slate and adding the tasks with recommendations from the app. I love I can set up my day before I leave for work from my iPad then check off the list as I go from the desktop at work. The only thing I would add, or haven’t discovered how to do, is to archive my completed list for future use, especially for an annual work event. I don’t like the look of the long list of completed projects and don’t want to delete them.
  • Superb, coming from a Things user

    By KingArthurVI
    I was looking for a productivity todo list app that is cross platform, because although having owned and used Things 3 for months, I finally built a Windows PC and realized that the app is stubbornly Apple-only. Needless to say, whatever I pick has a lot to live up to. I searched for Wunderlist which is an app I’ve used in the past on Windows, and it appears they’ve been acquired by Microsoft and they’re the same team that’s behind this Microsoft To-Do app so I decided to give it a try. What makes Things good is really the today view, which this app definitely has. I’m still exploring as I go but the iOS app is missing a few things: dark mode (which is available on Windows and apparently Android), the concept of “canceling” a task, and the ability to look at actions as a history (the logbook feature in Things 3), so you can see at a glance what you’ve accomplished in a day including archiving a list (project) as being “done”, which automatically marks all the tasks inside that are outstanding as either canceled or completed.
  • Love it but wish it worked with my watch

    By ArtimisWind
    I truly have come to depend on this app. It’s great when I have my iPhone or iPad ion my hands. I just wish it worked with my Apple Watch.
  • Off to a great start, but needs maturing.

    By TheRamius
    Pros: - User friendly for what it offers - Fluid, simple interface. Isn’t confusing to know what you’re doing. - Easy to prioritize tasks - Each task can be broken up into items (very useful for projects and/purchasing) Cons - Minimal navigation ability on completed tasks. Only way to navigate completed tasks is by opening up a list where it’s all dumped into. It may be in chronological order, but it’s difficult to know for sure. This leads me to my second issue... - Completed tasks don’t have a date of completion listed next to it unless you click on the individual task. So if you want to know what you completed in a particular week a couple months ago, you have to keep clicking on items until you find the date of interest. It isn’t clear however in what order the completed tasks are arranged. - As of today there is a bug which keeps you from deleting a repeated task in bulk. I accidentally set a reminder for the next 20 years and it generated tasks for every day for the next 20 years. I couldn’t delete them or remove them from my completed tasks list. I’m sure this would be a relatively simple fix. - If you don’t click something as completed the day it was completed, you cannot go back and edit. It only shows the date you clicked completed.
  • Good with potential

    By Mvondrechsel
    The app is good, the synchronization is a deficiency. Also, it would be better if the action items could be prioritized beyond important and not important. The primary reason for not giving more starts has to do with synchronization.