May 04 2017 03:14 AM
May 04 2017 03:14 AM
An interesting perspective about Microsoft To-Do as an Outlook Tasks management tool:
May 04 2017 11:13 AM
Happy to give it a try once it appears for regular O365 subscriptions, but I'm not gonna use yet another app for task management. Put it inside Outlook or make it Office add-in or whatever, we have the technology :)
May 05 2017 05:33 AM
A couple of comments:
Just my two cents...
May 05 2017 01:44 PM
Yes, but those are still different apps, and I really hate having to switch between apps to do basic tasks. My point is that we have numerous options available now to deliver such tools as add-ins in Outlook/OWA and Office in general. Yet Planner never released such, now Todo seems to be following the same model with separate app... On the other hand MyAnalytics has a fab add-in, so obviously it can be done, if there's the desire to go down that road.
And to be honest, the few times I've given Wunderlist a try I wasnt really impressed. Anyway, as I said I havent tried Todo yet, so I cannot really comment on it :)
Feb 14 2018 10:56 AM
...and what I don't get: why is there no Outlook add-in for Microsoft To-Do? I mean, it would be nice to still have tasks and everything in Outlook, rather than having To-Do as a separate program.
Feb 14 2018 11:07 AM
Microsoft To-Do tasks are only a view of EOL tasks.
Hence you don't need a To-Do add-in for Outlook, because Outlook manages natively EOL tasks.
Feb 14 2018 11:18 AM
nope, the views are totally different (e.g. the "My Day" view), while the tasks are of course the same. Hence, a To-Do add-in for Outlook would totally make sense to me.
Feb 14 2018 11:32 AM
The My Day list (as you correctly say) is actually a view, which IMHO makes sense primarily on mobile devices. The other lists visible in To-Do correspond one-to-one to the Tasks folders in Outlook.
But yes, if you really need the My Day view on the desktop, then seeing it in Outlook could be useful...
May 31 2018 09:45 AM
Apr 23 2019 12:59 AM - edited Apr 23 2019 01:00 AM
Jan 29 2020 12:14 AM
@JoeTheOne Amazing, I love it. I'm considering trying viewing tasks marked as important also.
Therefore, my questions: