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RIP Wunderlist: Microsoft is killing off the task manager in favour of its own To-Do app -

To-Do will incorporate the best bits of 6Wunderkinder's original list-making app, with some 'intelligent algorithms' thrown in. By Liat Clark. 20 Apr 2017. By Liat Clark. Thursday 20 April 2017. Introducing Microsoft To-Do, now in Preview. Info ...and more »

Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do - TechCrunch

Microsoft acquired the popular mobile to do list application Wunderlist back in 2015, and now it's preparing users for its eventual demise with the release of its new application “To-Do,” announced today. The new app was built by the team behind ...and more »

Microsoft To-Do is a new app that replaces Wunderlist - The Verge

Microsoft has launched a new to-do list app called Microsoft To-Do, which is available in preview today on the web, iOS, Android, and Windows 10. To-Do lets you create simple to-do lists, set reminders, and keep track of projects. To-Do is set to ...and more »

Microsoft's Wunderlist successor, To-Do, hits public preview - ZDNet

Microsoft is finally pulling back the curtain on its planned successor to Wunderlist. microsofttodo.jpg (Image: Microsoft). That app, officially known as Microsoft To-Do (codenamed "Project Cheshire"), has been in private testing for close to a year ...and more »

Microsoft's Wunderlist Replacement, To-Do, Is Now Available - Lifehacker

Windows/Web/iOS/Android: Microsoft has released a public preview for its new to-do app, aptly called To-Do. This is ostensibly Microsoft's version of Wunderlist, which the company acquired back in 2015. To-Do is still a work in progress, but right now ...and more »

Microsoft To-Do: the end of Wunderlist - Ghacks Technology News

Microsoft launched a preview of To-Do, a new cross-platform task management service the other day that is "designed to make it easy to plan and manage your day". My first reaction to the announcement was meh, another task management service. Did not ...and more »

Meet the new Wunderlist: Microsoft's To-Do task manager takes over - PCWorld

It's been almost two years since Microsoft bought the cross-platform task master Wunderlist, but you wouldn't know it to look at it. Unlike Sunrise and Accompli, which were shuttered and combined into Outlook mobile, Wunderlist has mostly been left alone.and more »

Microsoft introduces password-less access to its accounts - MobileMarketing Magazine

Microsoft has introduced a phone sign-in feature that means no more passwords for its accounts. The phone sign-in works through the Microsoft Authenticator app, where users add their account. Once they have added the account, whenever they sign in ...and more »

Microsoft kills the password with phone-based log-in - TNW

Microsoft's Authenticator app is saving valuable seconds by bypassing passwords for phone-based logins. According to Microsoft, ” the process is easier than standard two-step verification and significantly more secure than only a password.” In a blog ...and more »

Microsoft is planning to shut down its popular to-do list app Wunderlist - Business Insider

Microsoft plans to kill off Wunderlist — frustrating fans of the wildly popular to-do list app, which it acquired two years ago. On Wednesday, the American tech giant announced To-Do — a new to-do-list and note-taking app. It's built by the same team ...and more »