Easily manage your tasks across Microsoft 365
Access and update your tasks as you work, no matter which app you’re using.
See your tasks where you work
Stay focused and productive wherever you go. See your tasks across your lists as you move between apps and devices.
Manage your work with tasks across Microsoft 365
Stay on top of your tasks
View your tasks and shared plans across Microsoft To Do and Planner with the Tasks app in Microsoft Teams. Coming soon, target, publish, and track tasks across your organization’s Firstline Workforce.
Sync tasks so you don’t miss a thing
Create tasks from emails, flag messages as tasks, drag and drop tasks from My Day to your Outlook calendar, or mark them as complete.
Focus on what matters
Keep track of your tasks in one place with intelligence that helps you collect, prioritize, and accomplish more together by creating and sharing lists of tasks.
Get more work done
Manage all your team tasks with Planner. Build Kanban boards, add content-rich tasks, get a visual status, and collaborate within Planner or the Tasks app in Teams.
Collaborate on shared Office documents
Use @mentions within comments in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to create and assign tasks. Receive an email notification when you’re assigned a task, see a preview of the document, and reply directly from Outlook. (Available now on Word for the web and Excel for the web.)
Get the most out of task management in Microsoft 365
Using the Tasks app in Teams
The Tasks app in Teams brings together your individual tasks from To Do and your team tasks from Planner in one view so you can see at a glance what has to get done.
Using To Do with flagged email in Outlook
Sync your flagged emails from Outlook with Microsoft To Do, where you can manage them with your other tasks, using due dates, reminders, adding to My Day, and more.
Seeing Planner tasks in To Do
Manage your Planner assignments alongside your other tasks in Microsoft To Do by turning on the "Assigned to you" list and syncing it with Planner.
Planner vs. To Do
Find out what kinds of projects are more suited to the team-focused Planner app, and which are more suited to the individual focus of Microsoft To Do.