05-04-2017 03:14 AM
05-04-2017 03:14 AM
An interesting perspective about Microsoft To-Do as an Outlook Tasks management tool:
05-04-2017 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 :)
05-05-2017 05:33 AM
A couple of comments:
Just my two cents...
05-05-2017 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 :)
02-14-2018 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.
02-14-2018 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.
02-14-2018 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.
02-14-2018 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...
05-31-2018 09:45 AM
04-23-2019 12:59 AM - edited 04-23-2019 01:00 AM
01-29-2020 12:14 AM
@JoeTheOne Amazing, I love it. I'm considering trying viewing tasks marked as important also.
Therefore, my questions: