Microsoft To Do apps update on Windows 10 and iOS with narrator and repeating task fixes

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Both the Windows 10 and iOS versions of the Microsoft To Do app updated today with a variety of different fixes and improvements.

The Windows 10 app’s update consisted of fixes for accessibility features while the iOS app update for Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices squashed some bugs relating to the repeating task functionality.

Here’s the release notes for the Windows 10 Microsoft To Do update:

We have made a few accessibility fixes around narrator announcements and keyboard focus.

And here’s the release notes for the iOS update:

In this release, we have fixed the following recurring task issues:

  • The issue that was causing the weekly recurrence configuration (days of the week) to switch unexpectedly from one set to another while changing the due date.
  • Issue when you set 2-3 weeks recurrence and then you change the due date, the due date will jump to the next occurrence (in 2-3 weeks).

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