Microsoft Releases New Update for Its To-Do App
Few weeks earlier, Microsoft revealed that it is working on some nifty features for its To-Do application for Android. Recently, Microsoft has rolled out an update for the application to address different bugs.
While the latest update doesn’t bring you any new features, it addresses the follow bugs.
- If you were interrupted while editing a to-do’s title, your changes may not have been saved. Now we’ll update titles with each change.
- We had a hard time remembering the usernames of new Microsoft Accounts. With this update we’ll display your username, even if we’ve only just met.
- Checking off a recurring to-do could create a second to-do that was already completed. Sorry about that. We’ll leave the completing to you from now on.
- We’re continuing to improve accessibility support.
Few days earlier, the company indicated on its UserVoice page that the developers are working on bringing some requested features for the applications. At the time, the company said, “We are working on the option to Share Lists between users, in order to collaborate on them. This new feature is currently being tested internally in the team.”
“Our team is working on Subtasks for Microsoft To-Do on all platforms. Stay tuned for upcoming releases and updates of the app, which will all contain plenty of small and big improvements”