Task management with Microsoft To Do

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In today’s digital world, managing work and personal tasks can be overwhelming. Microsoft To Do is a task management app that helps you stay organized, be productive, and get more time for yourself. With Microsoft To Do, you can easily create to-do lists, set reminders, and collaborate with friends and colleagues. Microsoft To Do is integrated with Microsoft 365 apps like Outlook, Planner, and Microsoft Teams. Microsoft To Do is available on Windows, Android, iOS, Mac, and web, so you always have access to your tasks.

 

Let’s see how To Do can help you stay on top of your tasks.

 

Meet Microsoft To Do

Learn more about how to get started with Microsoft To Do.

 

 

Manage tasks with Microsoft To Do in Outlook

Microsoft To Do integrates seamlessly with Outlook. You can create tasks by dragging and dropping emails to the My Day pane, or highlight a section of an email to create a task out of it. When you flag an email in Outlook, we create a task for you in To Do so you can find all your pending work in one place.

 

Focus on what matters with My Day

Do you feel overwhelmed by the number of tasks on your plate? With My Day, you get a blank canvas every day. Create a short list so you can focus on a few key things. Learn how to make the most of your day with My Day.

 

How to make time for yourself with Microsoft To Do

Microsoft To Do helps you collect what you need so you can focus on what matters. From planning your day to starting a big project, you can make more time for yourself with Microsoft To Do.

Get things done with Microsoft To Do

Microsoft To Do helps you stay organized and get things done. You can create lists and reminders and set due dates to stay on top of your tasks.

 

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