Microsoft To Do iOS app update adds new sorting ability and VoiceOver fixes

Brad Stephenson

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The iOS version of the Microsoft To Do app updated today with a small update that fixes a variety of bugs associated with the VoiceOver feature and also adds a new sorting option. The update should now be live for all iPad and iPhone users.

Here’s the full release notes:

  • We’ve added the ability to sort by importance in the All and Complete smart lists.
  • We squashed some bugs, including one that was causing your app to crash.
  • We made some accessibility improvements including fixing VoiceOver to distinguish between smart lists and custom lists, as well as making the remove from My Day button accessible.

Microsoft To Do is a free first-party Microsoft app that allows users to keep track of tasks by creating digital lists that can be updated and edited on the fly. Changes sync between devices via the cloud and a variety of details can be added to each task, including sub-tasks.

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