Microsoft Lists will start rolling out on the web later this month

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Email Twitter: @LaurentGiret Jul 9th, 2020 inNews

Microsoft Lists, the new Microsoft 365 app that the company announced in May, will start rolling out later this month. A new message on the Microsoft 365 Admin Center this week indicates that the targeted release for the web experience is in “late July”, with an integration with Microsoft Teams and iOS app to be announced later.

This release in late July seems consistent with Microsoft’s upcoming Inspire digital conference, which will be held on July 21-22. Microsoft Lists was announced at the company’s Build Developer conference two months ago, and it will build on the lists feature already present in SharePoint Online.

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A first look at Microsoft Lists

Microsoft Lists, the new Microsoft 365 app that the company announced in May, will start rolling out later this month. A new message on the Microsoft 365 Admin Center this week indicates that the targeted release for the web experience is in "late July”, with an integration with Microsoft Teams and

Microsoft Lists aims to become the home for all your lists across Microsoft 365, and it shouldn’t be confused with Microsoft To Do. The app will appear in the Microsoft 365 app launcher when it’s available, and it will allow users to track many things including company assets, contacts, or even a daily routine. For more details about Microsoft Lists, we invite you to read our in-depth overview.

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