Microsoft has started rolling out Microsoft To-Do integration in Cortana to everyone. The company first started testing the new feature back in December, allowing users to sync their lists and reminders with Microsoft To-Do.
It has now started rolling out the feature generally, which means everyone should be able to use the new feature, as long as you are in the supported regions. The feature is automatically enabled, and syncs your Lists and Reminders in Cortana with To-Do. This means you can add things to your To-Do with your voice via Cortana now, or just see what’s in a list that you may have created while you were on your PC, for example. It’s pretty handy.
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There doesn’t seem to be a way of turning this feature off — unless you disconnect your Outlook.com account.
The feature is available in the United States, United Kingdom, India, and Australia. You can learn how to set it up here.