Microsoft once again points to productivity and chooses to abandon one of its services to replace it with more effective software. The Redmond company, which turned the smartphone into a password, presented To-Do, an app that allows you to create appointments lists, things to do or any other useful content and organize them by categories. The software allows you to manage notes and list of commitments from a single account on multiple devices. Alarms and notifications give the user the ability to stay up-to-date.
To-Do is still in preview and will soon be integrated with Office 365. By connecting with Outlook, you can also synchronize the various activities from the content of an e-mail. “For work or leisure, To-Do is the easiest way to get the most out of every business, every day,” reads the app’s description. The new Microsoft software will replace Wunderlist, a company acquired about two years ago. The app will not receive any further updates, so users will be able to transfer Wunderlist data directly to To-Do.