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We are excited to announce that the iOS and Android apps for Microsoft To Do (a tool for managing and sharing tasks and lists) is rolling out to GCC (Government Community Cloud) users. The rollout begins in late August, with plans to be completed by mid-September. This launch will add the mobile apps to the web and Outlook functionality that GCC accounts already have today.
Using To Do on iOS and Android means that users can bring the power and flexibility of task list management wherever they go, with an intuitive UI closely resembling the experience users know from the web app:
Surface Duo users will also appreciate the 2-screen experience of the Android app that allows them to view their list of tasks on 1 screen, while viewing the details of a particular task on the other:
No admin action is needed to enable To Do mobile app access for GCC tenants. Features that remain unavailable in GCC at this time (consistent with the limitations of To Do Web) include shared list notifications, and the ability to share task lists outside your organization.
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