Wunderlist Users Have Until June 30 to Transfer Tasks to Microsoft's To Do App

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Microsoft today reminded users that Wunderlist will be shut down on May 6, meaning that to-dos will no longer sync. Wunderlist users will still be able to transfer their tasks and lists over to the Microsoft To Do app until June 30.


How to migrate from Wunderlist to Microsoft To Do:

1. Download the Microsoft To Do app.
2. Sign in with your Microsoft account. If you don't have one, you can create one using an existing email address (like Gmail).
3. Click on the pop-up in Microsoft To Do, or head to Settings and select Import. It'll direct you to the Wunderlist importer.

Microsoft acquired Wunderlist in 2015 and launched its own To Do app with many of the same features a few years later, including folders, subtasks, file attachments, list sharing, notes, reminders and due dates, and a dark mode.

Microsoft To Do is free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

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21 weeks ago


This is why I don't stick to 3rd party app where they tend to go out of business in couple of years... I stick to Apple Notes.

Just like how I decided to manage all my photos in Aperture.
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21 weeks ago


MS To Do isn't that much different from my experience, especially now that you can configure new items to go to the top instead of bottom. Only complaint is it seems to crash a lot.

Well Microsoft does have a "special touch" that causes their apps and programs to do that!
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21 weeks ago


And then in year or so Microsoft will get bored of this to do app and reinvent it with a new product.

You're confusing Microsoft with Google.
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21 weeks ago
I would love to see tighter integration between To Do and MS Planner. I get a lot of tasks assigned to my via Planner. It would be great if these migrated to my To Do list. OneNote and enhanced Outlook integration would be great too.
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21 weeks ago
In These Uncertain Times, it's heartwarming to see Microsoft is still buying out smaller competitors, shutting them down, and adding their technological distinctiveness to its own products.

Makes me feel like it's still 1994 and I don't have a care in the world beyond saving up for the next version.
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21 weeks ago
Must add this to my todo list.
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