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We have heard rumors earlier that Microsoft is working on a new “List Sharing” option which would be introduced in its To Do application for all platforms. Today the Redmond Giant in a blog post has confirmed that the To Do application will be getting the new List Sharing option next month.

The List Sharing option will be available for the To Do application on iOS, Android, Windows 10 and Web. The List Sharing option will be made available in the middle of June with new version 1.32 which the company plans to roll out for all platforms simultaneously.

The new option lets users to share any specific list with their friends and family, colleagues by generating a link which can be sent to the recipients as an email, via messaging application or using the mobile platform.

The option helps users to be able to coordinate easily with a limited number of team members and also it helps in coordinating individually or one on one. The company is also providing the users with the option of turning off the share link and delete the generated link from the file info dialog to have full control over the list.

“With our share link, we make it easy to coordinate and collaborate in small teams and one-on-one. Just generate the link and share with your team, family and friends via email, SMS or app of your choice. Once you’ve accomplished your project together, you’re free to stop sharing and turn off the share link, remaining in control of your list.” Microsoft states.

The company off late has introduced many new features in its To Do application on iOS, Android and Windows and with the new List Sharing feature the company is making sure that more and more users start using its To Do application.

The previous update with version 1.28 of To Do application introduced Steps for Windows users along with iOS, Android and Web. The addition of Steps allowed users to break the To Do into smaller actionable pieces.

As reported the new List Sharing feature will be available in the To Do application in mid-June. Do let us know your thoughts about the new List Sharing feature in the comments below.

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