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Microsoft recently added list sharing feature to To-Do app for Windows 10, Android and iOS. Today, Microsoft To-Do is receiving yet another update with several improvements and fixes for the reported bugs.

Microsoft To-do for Windows 10 has been updated to version 1.33.11631.0 to include the following changes:

  • Select the sharing icon, create the link and send it to your collaborators.
  • Added options to configure “My day” and you can now choose a background or change the order of the activities.
  • Fixed a bug where the app did not show the recurring activities you had added there.
  • Change your activities feature has been improved.

In the changelog, Microsoft explains that with the new share lists feature, you can easily create the link and share it with your collaborators. The new My Day feature allows you to change the order of chances and hide the activities, as well as customize the look and feel by changing the background.

Microsoft is also fixing an issue with My Day where it couldn’t show the recurring activities. You can batch edit expiration dates for task groups that have different expiration dates.

The last update added support for list sharing

Microsoft To-Do recently received the new list sharing feature on Android, Windows 10, iOS, and the web.

Microsoft To-Do also allows you to share a specific list with the collaborators such as colleagues, friends or family, and it can be done by generating a link. It’s a flexible and lightweight feature that works everywhere, the company said.

“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 explains in the blog post.

The list sharing feature is already available to all users on Windows 10, iOS, Android, and a couple of weeks, and you can always stop the sharing and delete the link whenever you want.

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