Jan 12 2020 12:25 PM
Jan 12 2020 12:25 PM
I recently decided to finally move from Wunder to To-do .
It is a work account but I also have some personal lists to share with my wife (Ie.g. groceries).
How do I share lists with her? if I invite her she gets an error as she is not part of my work organization /group.
Do I need two separate accounts or something (ugh) - how would that work in the app?
Mar 03 2020 11:10 AM
@TQFord I think this is a question that MS keeps avoiding. Why aren´t we getting an answer if this is going to be possible at all or when it´s planned. The silence is complete!
MS, please let us know so we can go on and find a worthy alternative to Wunderlist.
Mar 03 2020 04:45 PM
You are correct. You cannot currently share lists outside your organization. We've voiced this concern (loudly) and MS seems to be listening and have promised an end-of-March 2020 implementation of being able to share with others with an @Outlook account. Not ideas, but it's free and should work.
After that, they plan to open it up like Wunderlist was. No date on that.
Yes, this is a serious drawback and our company was looking at other tools if they don't fix it (ToDoist is the front runner).
We have thousands at our company waiting to convert until this is reconciled.
Bob (Steelcase Inc)
Mar 22 2020 06:19 PM
This is horrible. So MS has announced the shutdown of Wunderlist, yet there is no way to share outside of the ToDo org. Just terrible MS.
Mar 25 2020 01:46 PM
I'm with you on this. This is beyond annoying that I am forced to switch but cannot share my list. May be forced to switch products/apps if MS can't figure this out.
Mar 26 2020 08:16 AM
Hi - I have a work microsoft account but realised that i have an personal microsoft account tied to my personal gmail/android setup used for Skype/Wunderlist.
The issue i have is that i have imported all my lists into a Work ToDo account that i don't need, and can't import into the second personal account that i have set up.
Mar 26 2020 10:37 AM
this is typical “old school” Microsoft. Some groups just don’t get that not everyone works in a single, large organisation. ToDo seems to have the same tenant issues as Teams. Don’t even get me started on OneDrive. What is sad is MS purchased a great product like Wunderlist, and then dumbed it down into a single tenant tool.
Apr 07 2020 11:35 AM
Apr 07 2020 12:11 PM
Thanks for asking. I have not heard updates and it's still not working. Several of us have been trying and not hearing from Microsoft. Also, note there are TWO suggestions for this to be opened up, so please VOTE ON BOTH. They're also not combining the two suggestions which would be the best way.
Apr 10 2020 09:18 AM
I just converted yesterday from wonderful Wunderlist. I guess I'll have to find another app now. I have lists for work and personal. Most of these people on my personal side will not be getting a Microsoft account just to use the app nor can I force them. I can't share outside of my organization with my wife, and does have a Microsoft 365 account. So, disheartening that MS takes a great product and throws it in the garbage.
Apr 10 2020 08:19 PM
Hi all. Wanted to let you know that I have been able to use Todoist to share lists across the family without everyone having to have the same email domain
Apr 11 2020 09:39 PM
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Apr 12 2020 08:24 AM
@Ron4414 We thought that worked as well, but if either party has their ToDo set up using an organization's MS account, it won't work. If you can make it work, let us know as we've tried several times, across several users.
Apr 12 2020 01:15 PM
i use MS Todo for work. I also now have Todoist for family sharing. It is a bit of a pain to have 2 different software Products, but I found this to be the least painful.
Apr 12 2020 01:27 PM
@Ron4414 this is only a work around as long as no one uses a work account. But it doesn’t solve the problem when at least 1 person uses a work account. That is my situation- I share lists at work and I also want to share lists at home.