Need to Quickly Create To Do Lists?
The “Microsoft To Do” app may be the answer for attorneys wanting a straightforward way to create To Do lists and tasks. Formerly known as the “Wunderlist,” Microsoft has evolved and integrated the popular “To Do” app into Microsoft 365.
Attorney and Noted Legal Technologist Brett Burney says that Microsoft To Do makes creating lists and adding tasks quick and easy. You just open the app, tap on “New List,” and start typing your “Tasks.” You can then easily organize lists, add sub-tasks and notes or files, set reminders, tag information and more. Plus, there’s a new “Phling” effect to help motivate you to complete your To Dos. Your lists and tasks sync across your devices. Perhaps best of all, the app is free for those with a Microsoft Account.
To see how Microsoft To Do works and experience its great new “Phling” effect, check out the Brett Burney’s demo here: https://appsinlaw.com/microsoft-to-do-a-simple-way-to-track-lists-and-tasks/
For more great apps and ways to practice while away from the office, register now for Barkley’s October eM/CLE, Mobile Technologies for the Legal Profession. Brett Burney will again be presenting how to set up a mobile practice, the supporting law, and top apps to use. Click here to REGISTER.