To Do needs better overview of lists vs tasks

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Just read through MSFT To Do documentation, and it is missing a good Getting Started topic that explains how/when to use the lists vs. tasks features, and how to make the most of the My Day feature. Current docs explain how each feature works individually, but a big picture overview of how they work together is missing.

 

I like the idea behind building your list for the day in My Day view, while maintaining your overall organization in lists and tasks, but I bet a lot of users don't even realize how to leverage it.

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