Earlier this month, the Microsoft To-Do application was updated to introduce new features including subtasks. Today, Microsoft announced that the version update released in early June will introduce more Wunderlist features to To-Do services. Wunderlist was acquired by Microsoft in 2015 and then stopped supporting and services.
Like the previous Wunderlist features, it allows users to share a to-do list with anyone, allowing two or more people to collaborate on the same task. The sharing operation is also very simple. The user only needs to create a share connection to send to other people and invite others to join. After the project is completed, the user can also choose to stop sharing and withdraw the link.
Microsoft released the To-Do application a year ago and integrated it into Office 365, but many features are still missing compared to Wunderlist. Cortana and Microsoft Launcher can still connect to Wunderlist to manage to-do items, although the To-Do app has been updated in recent weeks, but it is not compatible with the above two applications.