From multi-account support to file attachments, last month we finessed a few of our favorite new features—it’s time for the February lookback!
Multiple account support on Windows
Not only can you switch accounts on Android, you can now do it on Windows too! So, now you can be certain that you’ll never accidentally add a home task to that shared list with your boss. “Where’s account switching on iOS?”, we hear you cry. Don’t worry, we're working on getting it into your hands sometime soon.
Thank you! 🙏🙏🙏 This is a huge productivity increase for me because I can now manage tasks between two company accounts and my personal account. Huge!— bubba (@bubbac3rd) February 25, 2019
That's awesome, saves logging in and out all the time. @MicrosoftToDo for the win, again.— Timothy Merridew (@tmerridew) February 26, 2019
Searching for files on Windows and Android
Have you tried attaching files to your tasks yet? If so, then you’ll be pleased to hear that they’ll also show up in search on Windows and Android. This will also be coming to the other platforms in the future.
Great. 🤗 🤗 🤗— Diego Machado (@99diegoreal) February 27, 2019
Emojify your lists
If your lists aren’t looking as colorful as the picture above, then it’s probably about time you emojified them. This month Windows added a few more emoji options to add some 🔥🎉to your lists, and, just in time for Valentine’s—a little sprinkle of ❤️. Can’t find the perfect emoji from the options? Open up the emoji keyboard (On Windows—Windows + .) and put an emoji at the front of your list name to see the ⚡️✨happen.
New languages on iOS
We’re very happy to be able to bring even more languages to our iOS app. We now support Catalan, Czech, Croatian, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, and Ukrainian.
Super-duper! Fenomenalnie! Ekstra!— Kristian Chelminski (@Chemilinski) February 12, 2019
It's Polish, but I'm sure you get the gist. ;3
Now, it’s over to you
Love was in the air, and we had some great articles and videos about us this month, along with a lovely illustration and a love poem... what more could we ask for?
Oh, and psst... we let you into a little secret this month—see which instrument we used to make that oh-so-satisfying ding.
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