Microsoft To-Do is a task manager that allows users to create lists and schedules. Just like any other task managers, Microsoft To-Do can sync the tasks across a number of platforms, including Windows 10 PCs, Android-powered phones, iPhones and the web.

Microsoft has today started testing a new feature for the Microsoft To-Do that simply makes sense on a touch-enabled device like Surface Go. Currently available for the Insiders, the updated Microsoft To-Do app allows users to create notes using a pen like the Surface Pen.

Microsoft To-Do

The feature should come in handy to those who want to create notes without using their physical or virtual keyboard. If the feature is missing on your Windows 10 device, make sure that you are running the latest Insider build of Microsoft To-Do app.

Last week, Microsoft also pushed out an update for the To-Do beta app on Android with some much-needed changes. The update brings with a number of improvements, including a new list picker which is available when a task is created in My Day. You can find the changelog below:

  • List picker is now available when a task is created in My Day
  • Task metadata clean up and the links are clickable in list view.
  • The app will now display hashtags and links in detail view title.
  • Microsoft has fixed an issue where Sign In button is not mirrored in RTL languages.
  • You can now change the My Day colour in light theme.
  • Align the filter icon with the task item icon.

If you're interested, you can download the Microsoft To-Do app for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store and Android app from the Google Play Store.

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