Microsoft has released a new update for its To Do app for Android, iOS and Windows 10 users. The new update brings new features and bug fixes to the app. The update also improves the integration between Microsoft To Do and Outlook on iOS. Here is the full changelog for the iOS update:

  • Now you can seamlessly navigate to task details from tasks created in Outlook app.

  • We have made fixes related to Login Issues.

  • There are some accessibility bug fixes to improve the VoiceOver experience.

Here is the changelog for the Android update:

  • This release consists of bug fixes for a better experience with the task detail view.

The Windows 10 app now allows users to bulk add tasks from any category as well as personalize notification settings for multi-account usage. Here is the full changelog for the Windows 10 update:

  • You can now easily bulk add tasks from any category in the My Day Suggestions pane to My Day with our new UI improvements.

  • We’ve also created a new bucket called “Today” in the My Day Suggestions pane for tasks that are due today.

  • Personalize your notification settings for each account during multi-account usage of the application.

  • Bug fixes leading to improvements in search experience and reminders functionality.

The new update bumps the iOS app to version 2.26 and can be downloaded from the App Store. The Windows 10 app, on the other hand, gets bumped to version 2.26.2009.2006 and can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store. The Android update can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.