Microsoft has released a native Mac version of its To-Do app for the first time, meaning macOS users will no longer have to rely on company’s the web app to access the to-do list service.

Microsoft To-Do is free on the Mac App Store, and offers users a personalized daily planner called My Day with suggested tasks, including tasks pulled from Outlook.

Got something on your mind? Get Microsoft To-Do. Whether you want to increase your productivity, decrease your stress levels or just clear up some mental space, Microsoft To-Do makes it easy to plan your day and manage your life.

The app features the ability to sync tasks across devices, attach files up to 25MB, create color-coded lists, break tasks into manageable steps, add notes to tasks, share tasks and lists, and set reminders,

The release of the Mac app on the Mac App Store [Direct Link] completes Microsoft’s aim to bring native versions of the software to all platforms, including iOS, Windows, and Android.

(Via Thurrott.com)

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