Microsoft is shipping out a relatively small update for To-Do on Android today, but it's likely to be a welcome one for anyone juggling work and personal tasks. The app now supports signing in with multiple accounts, making it easier to keep them separate and averting the possibility of sharing a potentially embarrassing set of tasks with your boss.
Switching between accounts works much as it does in Microsoft's other apps. You'll be able to see which account you're currently viewing from the hamburger menu, thanks to your profile icon and email address appearing at the top of the menu. Simply tap the drop-down menu, and you'll be able to select from any other account that you're signed into and switch views to the tasks associated with it.
You can also add more accounts and manage the ones you're signed into from the same drop-down menu.
"Movies we should watch together", "Chores" or that "New job search" list —scared of accidentally sharing a list with your boss? We now support multiple accounts on Android (update 1.45), so you can keep your personal life separate from your work life. pic.twitter.com/vJ6Um6aNaR— Microsoft To-Do (@MicrosoftToDo) December 5, 2018
This update is rolling out on Android with To-Do version 1.45, which should be available on Google Play relatively soon.
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