06-07-2018 03:13 PM
06-07-2018 03:13 PM
Where is the Mac version of To-Do. Uservoice has an admin post from June 2017 that's a year ago. The latest screenshot for What's New referring to sharing shows what looks like a Mac App, so what's the status? Is it coming out soon? I have some Mac users who would like the app on a Mac. Also, I'll be giving an overview to staff on To-Do in general in a week and would like to say it is out or coming real soon.
06-12-2018 06:24 AM
Microsoft, you have a lot of Mac Wunderlist users that are interested in a Mac version of To Do. Last June you said it's coming. When will it be available? I would be willing to be a beta tester.
06-13-2018 08:10 AM
01-22-2019 04:48 AM
01-22-2019 04:54 AM
Hi Bruce, while we're still hard at work on a native Mac app, we haven't set a release date just yet. We're pretty anxious to get it in your hands, so we'll be sure to post updates on all of our channels once we're ready to roll it out. Please stay tuned!
01-23-2019 08:15 AM
As a longtime solution director at another major global software development company, I've learned to recognize the difference between dreams and plans. The recent response from MSFT sounds more like a dream. When a software release is PLANNED, there is a product roadmap that clearly communicates what/when/how. The fact that MSFT hasn't shown us Wunderlist refugees a roadmap for To-Do suggests several things:
- To-Do isn't a commercial/strategic priority for MSFT
- There is a plan but MSFT perceives that it will not be well-received so delaying the message
is the safest course of action
- The competitive posture of MSFT and Apple is inhibiting MSFT from enabling the OS X platform
When a software company is in a wait state, the usual tactic is to 'freeze the market' by occasionally doling out non-specific messages to keep the user community's hopes up so they don't defect to another vendor solution in the meantime.
As a longtime lover of Wunderlist, I am disappointed. I hate to be the bearer of bad news to my fellow OS X colleagues but I think the changes are becoming slimmer and slimmer that we will see the To-Do platform further extended to Apple.
If I'm wrong (and I hope I am), maybe this post will provoke MSFT to lay its cards on the table and give us some accurate and specific info.
01-23-2019 09:29 AM
Hi Jeffry and Neel, I'm really sorry for the frustration here. I do want to assure you that native Mac is actively being worked on by the team. While we don't have an ETA just yet, we'll be sure to spread the word once we're ready to share it with you.
01-23-2019 09:36 AM
03-19-2019 10:17 AM
@Keturah Cummings Just wanted to see if there is ANY movement on this? Months and years have gone by with nothing about Todo for macOS. It was talked about at Ignite and it was mentioned it would be coming in early 2019 however nothing has shown up.
It is frustrating that Microsoft talks about being cross platform, but with this app nothing is showing up. New features are rolling out for Todo like Flagged Emails and Planner integration, but as a Mac user we do not have any native app.
05-20-2019 02:43 PM
05-20-2019 02:54 PM
@Keturah Cummings, my guess since it has been almost 4 months since you said it is being actively worked on that it has actually been cancelled. Disappointing but I guess that is the route Microsoft has chosen since there hasn't been any more information. :(