Microsoft is working on a completely new Outlook app for Windows, but it will be a while before it’s done. In the meantime, one feature from the new app has been backported: To Do integration.
Microsoft is now rolling out To Do in Outlook for Windows to everyone on the Current Channel — no switching to the Office Insiders program required. It’s part of the same Outlook version 2207 update that includes the new left navigation bar, replacing the bottom tabs that have been in Outlook for over 19 years.
To Do is already available as a separate desktop and mobile application, and on the web at to-do.live.com, but now it’s fully integrated into the Windows Outlook client. Clicking on the new To Do button in the navigation bar shows all your tasks, with the same organization options as the dedicated To Do app. Flagged emails appear as a category inside To Do, so messages you need to answer or follow up on will show up alongside your other tasks.
The new Outlook for Windows that Microsoft is still testing also has a dedicated To Do button. That…
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