Microsoft adds on List Sharing feature to Windows 10 app

Technology is all about selling convenience and with that being stated, Microsoft announces the addition of ‘List Sharing” feature to the Microsoft To-Do Windows application along with the contacts allowing users to share lists with their contacts and allow simultaneous editing of the list. This feature has been a question mark for the To-Do application for a long time and adding on this feature will not only result in the satisfaction of existing customers but will also expand the customer base by capturing more users specially if the fresh feature is also made available on mobile phone devices.

The update was confirmed by the technology giant about the launch of List Sharing to their Windows 10 To-Do app and the availability of the updated version over the play store for download.

Some alterations were made in the version 1.32.1805.30002 including a number of bug fixes that will help cope with different programming glitches that were being faced by the users currently. Along with the fixes comes the List Sharing feature. This will facilitate the harmony of contact among non-formal groups making it easier, faster, less complex and thus more convenient for the users. So now you and your friend can share a shopping list for the upcoming big event or you can leave your husband with a list of grocery while you’re away from home and make changes on the go. Not only free editing of the list is possible but also one can remain in power over their list and limit any changes from being further made in their list.

The purpose of Microsoft To-Do which is to substitute Wunderlist was being previously hindered by the lack of some fundamental features like that of List Sharing but now this constraint has been thrown over by the big company and will soon be rushing out of the labyrinth of limitations into the open air of success and wide acceptance by the customers for being convenient.

Bill Wilson
Bill is a certified Microsoft Professional providing assistance to over 500 remotely connected employees and managing Windows 2008 to 2016 servers.