Microsoft’s To-Do app has updated on Windows 10 PC and tablets and Windows phone mobiles with a variety of fixes and improvements. In general, this update aims to increase app stability and accuracy, improve keyboard support, and fix item reliability. Here’s the official release notes.
Fixed: If you tend to open the app directly from your notifications, you might have experienced a crash or two. That’s now fixed, so you can get back to managing your to-dos on the go.
Fixed: We also fixed a shortcut glitch. You can quickly cross your to-dos off again with a press of Ctrl + D
Fixed: Manual sorters may have noticed that to-dos didn’t always update after being moved to a new spot on the list. Sorry for that hiccup! Your to-dos should be back to updating, even if they’ve lost the number 1 spot on the list.
Improved: We’re continuing to make improvements to performance and accessibility.
To-Do is a basic app for creating lists and keeping track of items. Using it isn’t too different than simply creating a list in OneNote with check boxes but it does come with added support for notifications which can be useful. Do you sue To-Do? Let us know in the comments below.
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Further reading: Apps, Microsoft, Microsoft To-Do, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile