More than more than two years after Microsoft said it’d one day kill to-do support Wunderlist for its own To Do application, it has uncovered when it’ll drop the hatchet: May sixth. After that time, Wunderlist’s plan for the day won’t adjust any longer and you’ll make some constrained memories to trade records from that point into To Do. Starting today, Microsoft won’t acknowledge any increasingly recruits for Wunderlist.
Microsoft purchased Wunderlist maker 6Wunderkinder in 2015 and declared To Do (or To-Do, as it was known at that point) in April 2017. It propelled an upgraded adaptation of To Do in September, which aligned the administration closer with Wunderlist’s list of capabilities while extending its coordination with a few Microsoft administrations, including Outlook, Microsoft Planner and Cortana.
The arrangement to persuade Wunderlist to retire has been underway for quite a while. Notwithstanding author Christian Reber’s idea to repurchase the administration, it’ll wind down in under five months.