Microsoft To-Do vs Microsoft Outlook Tasks

Good bye Wunderlist, Hello Microsoft To-Do.

Microsoft To-Do is a brand new task management app from the Wunderlist and Office teams. It's straightforward, with lists of tasks and a clear button to check them off. Add tasks quickly—just tap Add a to-do, type in your task, press Enter, and immediately start typing in your next task to quickly fill out your list. Drag tasks to the order you want, or make a new list and drag tasks there to organize them. (quote from Zapier blog, awesome, as usual)

Introducing Microsoft To-Do — now available in Preview

You can read more about Microsoft To-Do here and here.

RoundPie app lets you apply Pomodoro Technique® to your Microsoft To-Do environment right now.

Unfortunately, there is no macOS, iPad and Apple Watch apps, but hopefully it's going to be released soon.

On the other hand, there is Microsoft Outlook and its tasks.

Many people keep a list of things to do — on paper, in a spreadsheet, or by using a combination of paper and electronic methods. In Outlook, you can combine your various lists into one list, enhanced with reminders and tracking (source).

Why Use Outlook for Projects and Tasks?

…For small projects, freelancers, or teams of one or two, Outlook has the essential features needed to succeed in any undersized situation. Here are just a few of the basic features it contains:

Read more the great post about MS Outlook tasks at MakeUseOf: How to Use Outlook for Simple Task and Project Management (hey, they know about RoundPie as well ;)

RoundPie app lets you apply Pomodoro Technique® to your Microsoft Outlook Tasks right now*.
* Microsoft Outlook Tasks integration is available on any Premium Plan

What's your choice and why?

Can you please let us know, what do you use and why? What is the best tips & tricks, what workaround do you use? Zapier, IFTTT, Apple Script? We'd really appreciate your insight on these ones to make our integrations better, more productive and much more efficient. Comments, tweets are always welcome.