Microsoft To-Do is a task management app that works on your phone, tablet, and computer. The app centers on a simple to-do list, much like the one in Outlook, but adds a few new twists to it. It can be used with Outlook, as the tasks will mostly synchronize, or on its own as a stand alone.
The big innovation with To Do is the My Day function. At the beginning of each day, you open up My Day and it’s blank. The thought is you may have all of these tasks that are nicely categorized and they’re dated, but YOU choose what you do that day.
Click on the smart suggestion light bulb and it’s going to suggest things that you do today based on what you have in these lists and what the due dates are. I decided that clean my room is due today but there’s no way I’m doing that.
Now choose what you want to do with your day from scratch. This will give you a fresh list totally under your control. You can left-click and you can reorder by holding down your left mouse key or your finger if you’re on mobile and dragging it down. If you get it done, mark it as completed. If you decide you’re not going to do it, remove it from My Day by moving it to another list. If you decide you don’t want to do something on your My Day list at all, just delete it.
To Do’s power lies in its comfortable resting spot in the Office 365 environment which gives it integration with Outlook. The My Day function sets it apart from Outlook and makes it a worthy candidate for your organization app of choice.