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Microsoft has been working on improving its application for Windows 10 Mobile and PC users. The company has today pushed out a new update for its To Do app for Windows 10 Mobile and PC. The app has been updated to new version 1.19.3281.0. with fixes and improvements for Windows 10 users.

The Redmond giant has made improvements to its UX by fixing issues which occurred when users tried to multi select items using the Shift Key. The issue has now been fixed and it is now possible to multi select items on the lists.

Previous update for the application caused users to face issue with the To Do app taking over the media player controls and also interrupting the playlists. This update has now been fixed and the app no longer disturbs or interrupts with the playlists anymore.

Other improvements include fixes for crashes which was reported by the users while opening the app or log in. These crashes have now been fixed and users will no longer get those false starts experienced earlier.

The Microsoft To Do app has now been added to the Start Menu with the latest update and you will now be able to open the app directly from the Start Menu instead of going through the list of all apps.

The previous update had brought Accessibility improvements to the Catchup Card and the activity list. Microsoft To Do app is an easy app to add, organize and schedule your daily routine from your phone or computer. The app can also be used to add important note details to your to dos. The Outlook tasks can also be Synced with the Microsoft To Do app.

The latest update for the Windows 10 users is available to be downloaded in the Microsoft Store and you can get it by clicking the below Store link.

Download Microsoft To Do app for Windows 10

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