Adding some more missing pieces that make To Do a full Wunderlist replacement.

Android Police, By Manuel Vonau


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Today is finally the day Wunderlist dies, years after the Microsoft acquisition. Former users are encouraged to switch to Microsoft To-Do, Wunderlist's spiritual successor as a Redmond product. To make the jump smoother on the last possible day, the company has added some more features known from Wunderlist, like overviews of your tasks for today, tomorrow, or the week ahead as well as new All and Completed smart lists.

To-Do version 2.17.158 has new TodayTomorrow, and Week views on board, available through the Planned section of the app. When you enter it, a new filter option lets you choose which items you want to see. Microsoft has also added two new smart lists: All and Completed. Their names are pretty self-explanatory, and they can be activated via the app settings. Additionally, completed tasks now sit in their own section below active to-dos to keep things orderly and neat.

You can download the latest version from the Play Store, but if it isn't available there for you just yet, you can also grab it from APK Mirror. Hopefully, the last-minute additions manage to appease even the most die-hard Wunderlist fan, but if you can't arrange yourself with To-Do, you might be happy to hear that the founder behind Wunderlist is participating in the creation of a new product called Superlist. If you don't want to wait for that, we've also got a list of great alternatives besides To Do.

This article was originally published on Android Police.
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