Microsoft To Do has received a new update (version 2.32), which adds jumplist support on Windows 10 devices. With this feature, users will be able to quickly jump to a specific task by right-clicking the app icon from the Start Menu or the Taskbar.
Have you tried the new jumplist feature in our latest Windows app (version 2.32)? Quickly jump to your desired smartlist on right-clicking the To Do app from the Taskbar or the Start Menu. pic.twitter.com/cUMXIB8Srl
— Microsoft To Do (@MicrosoftToDo) December 4, 2020
The jumplist is a nifty feature that provides convenient access to recently or frequently used files on the Taskbar or in the Start Menu. Several Windows 10 apps already come with a customized jumplist, with quick actions such as commonly used items, recently opened/closed, or modified documents.
In a follow-up tweet, the company confirmed that it’s actively working on an iOS widget for Microsoft To Do, but it hasn’t shared an ETA for its release, though. It has been a top request for the Microsoft To Do team, and the feature request has received more than 6,000 votes. You can vote on this feature on the company’s Uservoice website if this is important for you.