On September 9, Microsoft introduced the redesigned To Do, which has smaller headers and more colors. The app is more customizable now with a variety of backgrounds, "including the beloved Berlin TV tower that was a feature in Wunderlist."
The app can sync across Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, and the Web. And it integrates with Microsoft work or school email accounts; hosted email accounts like Outlook, Hotmail or Live; Microsoft Planner; and Microsoft Launcher on Android.
Reber tweeted over the weekend that he "feel(s) nothing but gratitude for @Microsoft and everyone involved in the @Wunderlist acquisition in 2015." But he added, "I'm just sad that our plans for @Wunderlist didn't work out." Reber tweeted a list of things he'd do if he got Wunderlist back, including making it open-source and free forever for consumers; making it fast and lightweight; building shared folders, additional integrations; providing collaborative note-taking; and bringing back public lists.
Since 2015, Microsoft has been relatively slow to do much with the technology it got with Wunderlist and turned into To Do. And there's still no officially released date as to when Microsoft is planning to shut down Wunderlist.