According to Microsoft this app was built by the same folks who work on Wunderlist and while the new app will eventually pick up numerous popular features from Wunderlist, at some point down the road Wunderlist will be retired. It will automatically sync your Outlook Tasks, and allow you to keep track of your lists across devices.
As is the case with a growing number of Microsoft applications and services, there's no standalone version of To-Do.
The company promises that the new To-Do list application will offer more features than Wunderlist.
For example, if there was something you didn't get done yesterday, but perhaps should have, that could appear as a task suggestion. The list is created by the way you use the app. The new app is also built by the team that made Wunderlist possible.
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This same approve-or-reject choice on the phone has been offered previously to Microsoft Accounts, but in the past, it still required the use of the fixed password. To get access to the preview, users need Office 365 Home, Personal, Business Essentials, Business Premium or Enterprise E1, E3 and E5 subscriptions.
This is an early preview so hopefully things will begin moving forward quickly to make features more discoverable and capable. Of course, if you're busy enough to need to manage every day with to-do lists and reminders, one wonders how much time you'll have to spend on making your lists look pretty.
Microsoft plans to bring "more favorite elements of Wunderlist into the To-Do experience", and mentons list sharing, apps for Mac, iPad and Android tables, and additional integration with Microsoft services specifically. But there is a long way to go is Microsoft expects it to ever reach the level of Wunderlist or Todist.
To-Do will come with the staple features for a list.