Microsoft To-Do is a brand-new task management app from Microsoft for Windows 10 devices, iPhone and Android. The Microsoft To-Do app comes from the team behind Wunderlist which was acquired by Microsoft about two years ago.
As the Wunderlist team is developing Microsoft To-Do, it has a striking resemblance to Wunderlist. Users who have used Wunderlist before will feel at home. Like Wunderlist, Microsoft To-Do is extremely easy-to-use.
Microsoft To-Do currently lacks a couple of features offered in Wunderlist. That said, To-Do will get all feature of Wunderlist and more in coming months.
Microsoft has said that it will retire the Wunderlist once all Wunderlist features are available in its To-Do app. So, if you are a Wunderlist user, you will have to switch to Microsoft To-Do in a few months.
For users who are switching from Wunderlist to To-Do, Microsoft has made easier to import all Wunderlist data to Microsoft To-Do. In addition to Wunderlist, Microsoft To-Do can also import your lists and tasks from Todoist.
Import Wunderlist and Todoist data to Microsoft To-Do
In this guide, we will see how import lists and tasks from Wunderlist and Todoist to Microsoft To-Do without using any additional software.
Step 1: Visit this import page of Microsoft To-Do.
Step 2: Click Start importing button. If you are asked to sign-in to Microsoft To-Do, please sign in by entering your Microsoft account address and password.
Step 3: When you see “Let this app access your info” page, click Yes button to continue.
Step 4: On the “Which to-do app you are using?” page, choose either Wunderlist or Todoist depending on from where you want to import lists and tasks.
Step 5: Next, you will be taken to Wunderlist/Todoist sign-in page where you need to log-in to your Wunderlist/Todoist account. Please use the email address and password you used while creating the account.
Step 6: When you see the “Authorize Microsoft To-Do Importer to access your Wunderlist/Todoist account” page, click Authorize button.
Step 7: You will see all lists in your account. Select what you want to import, and then click Import selected button to begin importing lists and tasks from your Wunderlist or Todoist account to Microsoft To-Do.
Finally, you will see “How do you want subtasks imported?” page. Since Microsoft To-Do doesn’t support subtasks yet, you can import subtasks as notes or as individual to-dos. Select an option, and click Start importing to begin importing.
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