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when will wunderlist shut down?

Pieter — Sep 12, 2018 10:35AM CEST

It's taking forever for microsoft to develop To-do, so I'm really wondering when Wunderlist will be end-of-life.


58 Community Answers

Fangyuan - Sep 12, 2018 at 11:46AM CEST

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Pieter,

Thanks for your question.

Unfortunately, we do not have a date for Wunderlist’s retirement. It won’t happen in the next few months and we’ll be sure to give our users plenty of notice beforehand.

In the meantime, you can continue to use Wunderlist normally. Of course, we’d also love for you to try To-Do and let us know how you like it – and how we can improve it.

Regards,
Fangyuan

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John Grady - Sep 17, 2018 at 07:26AM CEST

I just started using Wunderlist. If this is true and it is going to be shut down should I just go to To Do now? Will we be able to transfer all of our data from Wunderlist to To Do?

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Fangyuan - Sep 17, 2018 at 07:35AM CEST

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello John,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

As we will not add new features for Wunderlist, it’s better to use To-Do and enjoy the new features. If you prefer Wunderlist after the first try, you can stay with Wunderlist and transfer the data to To-Do later: https://todosupport.helpshift.com/a/app/?p=web&l=en&s=getting-started&f=can-i-import-my-data-from-another-app-on-web

Please let me know if you have other questions!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Max - Oct 12, 2018 at 11:24AM CEST

You, probably, jocking, I just started to use Wunderlist and you say that it will be retire soon. Really?
And yes i tried To-do, it's looks like a baby comparing with Wu.
Pitty.

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Richard Clark - Oct 12, 2018 at 11:24AM CEST

Why would you delete Wunderlist? If it’s not broke don’t fix it!!!! This has infuriated me. I’ve only recently discovered this app and it has helped me 10/fold. I can’t use Microsoft apps, they are terrible and the ones that do work have an awful interface that is NEVER intuitive! Why not give customers the choice and keep Wunderlist live for those of us that use it? These apps are so personal to people and Wunderlist even helps some with certain disabilities. You are discriminating against those people. Apps that are essentially aids to help with life in general should not be taken away from people. I’d happily pay a one off fee to keep it and utilise my own server space or cloud service to keep it running. Why not offer this as an option to those that rely heavily on Wunderlist????

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Will - Oct 23, 2018 at 08:35AM CEST

After using To-do and becoming frustrated with its limitations, I recently moved everything across to Wundlist and stopped using To-do completely.

Microsoft seems to be taking a very long time to transfer the Wunderlist functionality to To-do - meanwhile Wunderlist continues to be much much better! I don't understand why Microsoft is wasting so much time on To-do when it already has a much better app.

Also, To-do hasn't been updated in a while, so I wonder if Microsoft will abandon it and stay with Wunderlist. I hope so.

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Fangyuan - Oct 23, 2018 at 08:59AM CEST

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Will,

Thank you for your feedback.

To-Do is now being updated about every two weeks, although not every update includes important features, there is always something new & improvements. It’s true that Wunderlist still has more features than To-Do, but we are doing our best to improve To-Do.

If you can share some insights about To-Do, we will really appreciate it.

Looking forward to your reply. Have a great day!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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A - Oct 25, 2018 at 05:05AM CEST

How about you listen to the actual users of Wunderlist instead of trying to force us to use your watered-down attempt at its replacement.

How about selling it to the users since Microsoft is simply going to destroy a good thing with its ineptitude.

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Ron F - Oct 25, 2018 at 05:05AM CEST

It seems that the Microsoft team doesn't understand this from the perspective of end users. For someone who has been using Wunderlist for any length of time and grown attached to it before the Microsoft acquisition, the fact that they bought the app with preemptive plans to shut it down is already infuriating. And to then be offered a subpar app in its place with much less functionality and told that it's better to use that is borderline insulting.

It's kind of like if you were living in a really nice condo, and another management company came in and bought the building only to level it to the ground, and promised you a much nicer, bigger condo, but meanwhile put you up in a slum hotel and then kept pushing back the construction completion date with no end in sight. How would you feel?

A transition period of a few weeks to a few months might have been understandable, but no one wants to be a long term crash test dummy for a product designed to help them organize and manage their lives. Every day that goes by where To Do is being pushed and recommended but isn't functionally better than the app its supposedly deprecating is a black eye on Microsoft. You should fire whoever was the original project manager on this if you haven't already done so, because clearly they failed abysmally at their job. And I can tell you that this is damaging to the Microsoft brand.

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Fangyuan - Oct 25, 2018 at 05:23AM CEST

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello A and Ron,

Thank you for your feedback and I totally understand your frustration.

Yes, it’s true that there is still a feature gap between Wunderlist and To-Do. But you can continue using Wunderlist for the coming months, and when it finally retires, you can choose to migrate to To-Do or export your data.

In the meantime, we will do our best to improve To-Do and hope it can be as good as, or even better than Wunderlist.

Thank you again for your time and support!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Gene - Nov 05, 2018 at 05:25AM CET

MS ToDo has a fatal flow - if you enter a task in Outlook desktop or in Outlook.com after a certain time in the day, the due date will shift one day ahead in ToDo. This bug has existed for years, it actually precedes ToDo as it's most likely coming from the same flawed ActiveSync engine that MS has been using for ever. MS has been unwilling (or unable) to fix this issue.

Until they do, Wunderlist is going to remain a better option.

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Lisa Hanson - Nov 05, 2018 at 05:25AM CET

Ugh. I hate the thought of Wunderlist shutting down. Wunderlist is about 'LISTS' for me. It is not about 'TO-DO'. Groceries and the ability to restore completed items, sorting lists, folders to store Wishlists so gift shopping is a breeze. Integration with Alexa - very important. Ability to use across all my devices (iPad, phone, MAC, windows). Shared lists - so my mom can add her groceries to my shopping. Ability to add links to items found online. I keep health records, medicine lists, import files so I can quickly share information with DR. office in case of emergency. Family medical history has been a lifesaver. It is NOT about TO-DO's, it is LISTS.

Very sad to hear that Wunderlist is going away., are more about tasks and todos.

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Fangyuan - Nov 06, 2018 at 01:05PM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Gene,

Thank you for reporting this issue.

We are already working on it and hope to align the time zone setting between Outlook Task and To-Do. I hope it can be fixed soon and that you can consider using To-Do in the future.

Hello Lisa,

Thank you for your feedback.

We will definitely take your suggestion into consideration and make To-Do better and better. Now we are developing the mac app, and you can already restore completed items, sort tasks and lists, and share lists, As for Alexa integration, it’s not possible with Wunderlist, but we can make it possible in To-Do.

Thank you both again for giving us feedback, and I hope you have a great week!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Yvonne - Nov 12, 2018 at 07:20AM CET

I am with Lisa on this one! Wunderlist is about LISTS! Lists of Folders (Main lists/headings) that have more lists within those to keep us organized. They are permanent, we can recall the completed ones, and within each secondary list I love the ability to add sub-tasks (lists), notes, etc. I have been a Wunderlist user for probably 8 years now and I am totally distraught by the thought of it being retired! My husband just said that there is also a good chance that new updates on our iPads, etc. May not even support Wunderlist because it is being retired! What is going to happen to all of our data in this app? Will we suddenly be unable to open our app on day to retrieve our lists? How much notice will be given to the app users and how? I have tried many other “To Do” type apps, and NONE are as good as Wunderlists functionality! IT IS BY FAR THE BEST LISTS APP OUT THERE! I wish Microsoft would just listen to all of its users and KEEP SUPPORTING WUNDERLIST!

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Fangyuan - Nov 12, 2018 at 07:30AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Yvonne,

Thank you for your feedback.

We will notify all the users ahead of time and include the method to export the data in the email. It’s already available now, please export your data here: https://export.wunderlist.com/

Please feel free to try it and let us know if you run into any problem.

Regards,
Fangyuan

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John Canaan - Nov 13, 2018 at 08:31AM CET

I have researched project management apps for years. Wunderlist is the the best program management app in the history of our planet, perhaps in the history of our universe. PLEASE help me understand why you would retire this in favor of "to do", or whatever the new one is, which is a complete disaster. I know there must be a good reason. Please help me though so I don't have to get help from a mental health professional.

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Danny - Nov 13, 2018 at 08:32AM CET

Long time Wunderlist user and new Kindle Fire user. The appstore shows Wunderlist is available as does the website, but when you go to the app it says "currently unavailable"

I'd echo what others are saying and hope Microsoft hears it loud and clear. The ability to nest things in folders... I have a Shopping List for example. My wife and I share this list. Underneath, we have 10 stores. We create the shopping list for each store there.

I looked at To-Do and it won't do this. Also, Microsoft To Do isn't in the Kindle app store either.

Looking at moving back to Evernote, it's been several years but maybe that's the answer...

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Fangyuan - Nov 13, 2018 at 08:40AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Danny,

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Please download and install the Android version of the app using the Android APK, available in the link below:
https://www.wunderlist.com/download/android-apk

Before installing the APK, you need to allow installation of apps from unknown sources. You can set it in “Settings” > “Security” > “Apps from Unknown Sources”.

After that, you can install Wunderlist on your Kindle device. If there’s anything else I can do to help, or if you have any other questions, please let me know!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Lisa - Nov 19, 2018 at 09:25AM CET

FYI -- the import to To Do absolutely sucks. Just one small example -- notes are imported as bullet points with no date or other chronological information.

Why would Microsoft kill a product they already own and replace it with a far inferior product? This is absolute lunacy. If Microsoft does retire Wunderlist, my business will not follow to To DO.

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Fangyuan - Nov 19, 2018 at 09:42AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Lisa,

Thank you for the feedback.

We are currently working on improving the importer tool and we will take your advice into consideration.

Please let us know if you have other ideas about how we can improve To-Do.

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Alex - Nov 23, 2018 at 06:43AM CET

Tried to move from Wunderlist to MS Todo (import.todo.microsoft.com).
the import process stills silly and quite basic.

Some points that contributed to decide on not move to ToDo:
- does not import subtasks (just moved it as ToDo notes);
- does not import comment history, just the text and, again, add it to ToDo notes (nothing about date/time stamps);
- does not import attachments;
- does not import Listing Share schema.

Besides import
Does not have ToDo for MAC App available

I can't realize why these basic features were not in place yet.
People told me Microsoft does not worth at version 1.0, and I should agree with them, unfortunately.

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Fangyuan - Nov 23, 2018 at 06:45AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Alex,

Thank you for your feedback.

We are working on improving the importer tool, so please stay with Wunderlist for the moment and migrate to To-Do later – you can import the lists again.

Please let us know if you have other advice about To-Do.

Regards,
Fangyuan

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DanB - Dec 04, 2018 at 10:19AM CET

Fang yuan I just downloaded MS ToDo to compare this with Wunderlist. Please pass this on to your MS programmers.

There appears to be no “print function” for lists. It may be “E” but people need to still print their lists. CRITICALLY we also want the ability to print ALL lists simultaneously. Not just individually.

There also appears to be no function for “emailing” the list.

Wunderlist is very clearly still superior so please speak to the project manager and tech people and ensure all its attributes are incorporated into the MS version.

One thing that stands out in all the responses above is that people consider their lists very “personal”. MS need to figure out how to make it less “corporate” and to give it a little “magic”.

Thanks for passing on.

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Fangyuan - Dec 04, 2018 at 12:17PM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Dan,

Thank you for your feedback.

I agree that emailing and printing functions are very important. I have forwarded your message to the team and hope these features can be added soon.

Please let us know if you have other ideas!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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ahmet - Dec 05, 2018 at 04:20AM CET

Are there gonna be subtasks for todo ?

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Fangyuan - Dec 05, 2018 at 04:24AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Ahmet,

Thank you for your question.

Subtasks are already available in To-Do: they are called “Steps” and you can add them by opening the task detail.

Please let me know if you have more questions!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Radi - Dec 10, 2018 at 09:46AM CET

Hi Fangyuan

Will the To-Do macOS app be a native app or one that uses Electron or some similar platform to render non-native web views? The latter would be a no-go for me. I love that Wunderlist is so lightweight compared to other modern desktop apps.

Wunderlist is the best Todo app I've ever used and I wish Microsoft would just leave it be...but I gotta give it to you guys for at least keeping Wunderlist alive as long as you don't have a viable alternative. Thanks, I guess.

Cheers,
Radi

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Fangyuan - Dec 11, 2018 at 12:35PM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Radi,

Thank you for your question.

I’m afraid that I cannot tell you whether our mac app will be a native app or a non-native app. But I have forwarded your message to the team and we will definitely take your advice into consideration.

Please feel free to share your ideas!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Anne - Dec 17, 2018 at 01:55PM CET

I'd appreciate more details about the transition. What are the parameters Microsoft is placing on the Wunderlist team's development of an improved MS To Do app? For example, could Wunderlist pitch changing all the branding to MS while maintaining the Wunderlist user interface and features? Will the new To Do feature any improved syncing with MS products--or anything else for Wunderlist loyalists to feel optimistic about?
I realize this is a difficult subject for Wunderlist team members like you who didn't arrange and reep the financial benefits of the deal with MS, so I very much appreciate your addressing our questions and frustrations from what I suspect is an awkward position.

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Marcel - Dec 17, 2018 at 02:00PM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hi Anne,

Thank you for the questions. For To-Do we are currently working on adding some more features Wunderlist users are familiar with, such as file attachments and assigning. But we are also already shipping features to To-Do that Wunderlist didn’t have, like automatic sync with Outlook Tasks, Outlook.com integrations, and quick ability to convert tasks into emails. Also To-Do can be used with your existing Office 365 or Microsoft accounts, and does not require you to register a separate account, like Wunderlist. Running on the Microsoft system also comes automatically with additional features like multi factor authentication,

Can you tell us which features you are missing most from Wunderlist?

Best regards,
Marcel

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Robin - Dec 27, 2018 at 06:17AM CET

Hi there Fangyuan,

I got to try Microsoft To-Do, and what I am missing the most, from Wunderlist, which is currently preventing me from switching over completely are;

- Nested lists / lists in folders
- Comment support (I use it for writing "status updates" on tasks by the end of the workday / work session)
- "My Day" List Headers/Seperators (Seperating the tasks by list-name for better visual distinction, like in the Today & Week view in Wunderlist)

Additionally I am missing these features, which aren't as dealbraking, but I still used a whole lot by me:
- Inline "Completed Tasks" toggle-seperator (used when reviewing tasks every Sunday)
- Inbox folder (just make it optional to swtich on/off in the settings, if need be)
- Chrome/Firefox extension

Once the features within the first "dealbraker" list have been implemented, I would be okay with switching to Microsoft To-Do. Until then, I just simply can't.

But thank you so much for continuing to listen to us diehard Wunderlist fans, and for not shutting down Wunderlist until To-Do is fully mature and at par with the Wunderlist standards that we have all come to love and expect.

Please forward this to the rest of the Microsoft To Do Development Team, if you would be so kind.

Thank you,
Robin.

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Fangyuan - Dec 27, 2018 at 06:48AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Robin,

Thank you for your feedback.

I have submitted the feature requests and hope they can be implemented soon. Please continue using Wunderlist while we work on To-Do.

Thank you for your support and happy holidays!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Sean - Jan 02, 2019 at 10:38AM CET

Hi Fangyuan,

I've been trying out To-Do, and for the most part it works well for what I use Wunderlist for. The biggest issue preventing me from switching is the inability to use line breaks in steps (or to create sub-steps). Wunderlist allowed you to paste line breaks in, and once pasted into an entry they could be copied and re-used. Pasting line-breaks in To-Do creates multiple entries (which I actually really like, I'd just also like to be able to create line breaks).

Is creating line breaks supported some how? If not is that a feature that is planned to be added?

Thank you, and happy holidays!
Sean

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Fangyuan - Jan 02, 2019 at 10:42AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Sean,

Thank you for your feedback.

Currently, the line breakers are not supported in Steps in To-Do, but I will submit this feature request and hope it can be implemented in the future.

Thank you for your understanding. Happy New Year!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Darren - Jan 04, 2019 at 10:47AM CET

Once the merge is complete, will you still be able to easily merge your tasks with Outlook Calendar?

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Fangyuan - Jan 04, 2019 at 10:52AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Darren,

Thank you for contacting us.

We are working on the Outlook Calendar integration with To-Do, so it will be possible to display the tasks in Outlook Calendar in the future.

A feature that is already implemented is sync with Outlook Tasks: the items added to Outlook Tasks are automatically appearing in To-Do, and vice versa. You can easily create To-Do tasks with emails in Outlook by dragging them to the “Tasks” section.

If you wish To-Do to sync with Outlook Calendar events, please post your idea at https://todo.uservoice.com/

Thank you for your understanding and support!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Hunter H. - Jan 07, 2019 at 11:43AM CET

Can you please confirm that Wunderlist will not be retired until To-Do has been upgraded to include the ability to assign tasks (with the assigner being notified when the task is marked complete)? This is currently the Wunderlist feature that I am missing the most in To-Do. Thank you.

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Fangyuan - Jan 07, 2019 at 11:45AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Hunter,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

Yes, I can confirm that we are working on the assigning feature. Although I do not have a release date, Wunderlist definitely won’t retire before it’s implemented on To-Do. I hope it can be added soon.

Have a great day!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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tp - Jan 08, 2019 at 09:46AM CET

Can the option be added to To-Do that you see in PLANNED also TODAY (total list of planned items)? Like the WEEK mode in wunderlist?

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tp - Jan 08, 2019 at 09:46AM CET

Also the option to put lists in FOLDERS to group them.
thx

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Fangyuan - Jan 08, 2019 at 09:53AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello TP,

Thank you for your suggestions.

The tasks due today are by default displayed in “Planned”, and I have submitted the feature request for folders. I hope it can be implemented in the future. You can also vote for it at https://todo.uservoice.com/

Please feel free to share your ideas with us!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Samantha - Jan 14, 2019 at 11:53AM CET

Can you please confirm if To-Do will have the option for sub-tasks under the task and also if sub-tasks can be assigned to someone and not just the task? I also will need help integrating my entire wunderlist over to To-Do. Is there someone who helps with this?

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Fangyuan - Jan 14, 2019 at 12:01PM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Samantha,

Thank you for contacting.

To-Do already supports subtasks – they are called Steps: https://todosupport.helpshift.com/a/app/?p=web&l=en&s=tasks&f=add-steps-importance-notes-and-tags-to-your-tasks

We are still working on the assignment feature. If you want to request step assignment, please post your idea at https://todo.uservoice.com/

As for importing Wunderlist data into To-Do, please check the following link: https://todosupport.helpshift.com/a/app/?p=web&l=en&s=get-started&f=import-your-wunderlist-account-to-microsoft-to-do

Please note that since file attachment is not yet supported in To-Do, the files in Wunderlist won’t be imported.

Please let me know if you have other questions. Have a great day!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Rich - Jan 15, 2019 at 08:07AM CET

I really need 2 things

1. Create task Templates
2. Folders.

Are these there, are they coming?
If not I will probably just pay for todoist.

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Fangyuan - Jan 15, 2019 at 08:12AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Rich,

Thank you for your question.

On the web app (https://todo.microsoft.com/), you can copy and paste tasks, so you can create templates and duplicate them.

As for folders, it’s not available yet, but we are working on it. Please stay tuned!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Tom - Jan 18, 2019 at 05:45AM CET

I have already switched to ToDoIst. It's a nice idea but in my experience is in no way as smooth and reliable as Wunderlist was.
It is constantly forgetting my projects, and hanging when I am trying to post a new task, so that I have to save it in notepad and try to post it later.
I'm looking for another andwer than todoist.

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Ian Stewart - Jan 21, 2019 at 07:46AM CET

As someone who has counted on Wunderlist for years, this whole transition to To-Do has been horribly managed. I had hoped to easily transition to To-Do but it's been over a year and -- as you can see from this thread -- we aren't even close.

At this point, if Microsoft is still planning on killing it for To-Do (at some point), I've already started looking into what it will take to transition to Todoist, and probably will sooner than later.

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Karyn - Jan 31, 2019 at 10:38AM CET

Is there an end date for Wunderlist yet?
I have used it for years and years at work and at home.
I am a MAC user and toDo isn't suitable for me.

Shocked and appalled that such a 'wunder'ful product is being retired. Our whole family runs on it.

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Fangyuan - Jan 31, 2019 at 10:45AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Karyn,

Thank you for contacting us.

We do not have an end date yet, so you can continue using Wunderlist. We will make sure to inform all the users about the final retirement well ahead of time.

As for the mac app for To-Do, we are working on it and hope to release it soon. Please stay tuned!

Please let us know if you have other questions!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Telmo - Feb 01, 2019 at 07:31AM CET

In our company, most of the computers are still using Windows 7 and Office 2013. Will there be (or is there) a desktop app for these systems?

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Fangyuan - Feb 01, 2019 at 07:32AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Telmo,

Thank you for reaching out to us.

Unfortunately, we do not have a Windows 7 version and do not plan to develop one. I’m afraid you have to use the web app instead, sorry for the inconvenience.

Please feel free to ask more questions!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Kenneth F LaVoie - Feb 08, 2019 at 04:53PM CET

The only problem is that there's no "folders" so organizing lists is not as easy. At this moment, I'd say Wunderlist is far superior to To Do. Thankfully it's a few months away. I'd use it now if only it had folders to compartmentalize types of lists.

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Peter - Feb 08, 2019 at 04:53PM CET

I have been struggling with To-Do's for about a year now, looks great but so basic, I come across Wunderlist, it works absolutely perfect (accept for in windows windows App as no print option so using in Chrome) to find that MS brought them out, will no longer updating the program, and when they feel like it will shut it down and maybe add some of the features to To-Do.
You couldn't think this up, come on Microsoft pull your socks up, start think of product for us small businesses too. If you get this one right it would be the go to organiser app/program :-) or is that to much to ask?

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Fangyuan - Feb 11, 2019 at 08:21AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Kenneth,

Thank you for contacting us.

We are currently working on the folder feature and hope to bring it out soon. Please stay tuned!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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Ben - Feb 13, 2019 at 08:19AM CET

Yesterday I received the "wunderlist was unable to securly connect to the internet....(etc etc)" which is usually fixed by a "updater" file. Do you have a new updater file for whatever change was made on your side?

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Mick - Feb 13, 2019 at 08:19AM CET

Hi Fangyuan
Will To-do be secure? For example will corporate businesses or governments deem it suitable for use within the work environment? Could you provide details or a link to security information?

Thanks
Mick

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Fangyuan - Feb 13, 2019 at 08:34AM CET

Wunderlist Support Center Support Staff

Hello Ben,

Thank you for reaching out to us and sorry for the trouble.

Could you please send a screenshot of the error message to support@wunderlist.com and include your device type and OS version? We will look into it.

Hello Mick,

Thank you for your questions.

Microsoft To-Do is a Microsoft product, so it complies with Microsoft policies. Please check the data storage and compliance in To-Do at https://todosupport.helpshift.com/a/microsoft-to-do/?p=web&l=en&s=privacy-and-compliance&f=for-admins-review-data-storage-and-compliance-in-microsoft-to-do and Microsoft Privacy Statement at https://privacy.microsoft.com/privacystatement

Please let me know if you have other questions.

Have a great day!

Regards,
Fangyuan

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NJ - Feb 18, 2019 at 08:37AM CET

Yeah...
To Do has too many limitations compared to Wunderlist. Also, it would be nice to have a stand alone app for Mac/Pc/Etc. I don't like using a browser to interface with the app when I need to go through my list. I like Wunderlist better. To Do is what usually happens with MS tries to take anything over. They ruin it. I will stick to Wunderlist until I can no more, and then look for something to replace it. Maybe To do, but I am sure there will be competing markets that will provide a better product. My 2-cents...

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