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But Outlook doesn't understand To Do's steps and doesn't show them.
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@anfan56 To-Do only has an Import from Wunderlist function, but you can export your tasks from Outlook to Excel, which includes all tasks created in To-Do, Outlook and OneNote. Only tasks synced from Planner wouldn't be excluded in said export from Outlook, but you should be able to do the same type...
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Nice to have lists. Is it possible to export to Excel and to create time/date schedule with "To Do"?
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@Kreera House... sorry I didn't mean to confuse you. I know To-Do has such a powerful hierarchy already (groups, lists, etc.), and I love it . But the power is lost if the tasks to be kept in the single root tasks folder, in order to maintain the link with OneNote. However, its not a deal-breaker; t...
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@David_Edinburgh To-Do already has the ability to be used with multiple accounts (albeit not on the same screen), and it does have lists (groups?) and steps for tasks you create in To-Do, so it's come a long way from being a single-root task list. It's only when items are synced from other services ...
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