Today I received a Email from Microsoft that they began with the Rollout of Microsoft To-Do.
But what is Microsoft To-Do?

Microsoft To-Do is a new Office 365 feature which will help you, to organizate daily routine.
After downloading the To-Do App for your Mobile Device, the App gives you every Morning a fresh start, to plan your Day.
You also are able to create different Lists and to sort them by work or private.

Microsoft promoted a short Video about it, this you can see here:



Manage To-Do by Web app

Microsoft To-Do can also be managed by web app: Simply go to:

Simply click on ‘Sign in’ and you will be able to login with your O365 account. If your company is using SSO, you will be automaticaly loged in.

Now you are able, to start planing your days and create new Lists:

If you are using a Microsoft Office 365 subscription, Microsoft To-Do is from now enabled by default!
The Access to Microsoft To-Do is controlled through per-user licensing, so if your Organization is not ready for using To-Do right now at the moment, you simply disable the Lizense in the O365 portal.

All users with enabled licenses are able to log in to the Microsoft To-Do apps directly.


Integration with Microsoft Office

Microsoft To-Do is built on Office 365, which will enable the product to be even more useful in more places. The first integration with Outlook makes it easy to stay on top of
your Outlook Tasks from anywhere. It will automatically sync your Tasks with Microsoft To-Do, and allow you to access and manage them across devices.

As the only task management app built on an enterprise cloud, Microsoft To-Do offers the advanced security that our Office 365 customers expect.
Data is encrypted in transit and at rest, and Microsoft To-Do is served out of our hyper-scale, global network of data centers. For commercial users,
IT professionals can now enable the Microsoft To-Do Preview through the Office 365 admin center. It is only available for specific O365 accounts at the moment,
so look here to see if your account is supported. If your O365 account is not supported, you can still sign in with a personal account to try it out in the meantime.