Microsoft Lists is a Microsoft 365 app that helps you track information and organize your work. Lists are simple, smart, and flexible, so you can stay on top of what matters most to your team. Track issues, assets, routines, contacts, inventory and more using customizable views to keep everyone in sync. Create, use, and share your information with anyone, anywhere while on the go with a personalized, mobile-first experience. - Track and manage lists wherever you’re working - See recent and favorite lists - View lists even when offline - Edit your lists and list items - Capture and add photos with QR code support - Create, share, and track lists with anyone - Start quickly with ready-made templates - Customize your views using sort, filter, and group by - Dark mode and landscape orientation support - Built-in enterprise-grade data security and compliance - Intune device management support with MDM and MAM policies Note: To sign in, your organization needs to have an Office 365 commercial subscription that includes SharePoint. Please refer to the Microsoft Software License Terms for Microsoft Office. See “License Agreement” link under Information. By installing the app, you agree to these terms and conditions. To learn more about Microsoft Lists, please visit our dedicated Lists resource center at https://aka.ms/MSLists
Can we get an iPad version! please!
I was excited to see the app and would have given more starts BUT then realized that it’s an iphone app; when is iPad version being released - we need this our employees have iPads and iPhones so having the iPad version is integral, thanks!
Classic Anti-Privacy Microsoft
Looks great, but a quick glance at those data collection practices was a quick nope from me. Should you decide to re-evaluate stomping lol over on your customers’ privacy, I might give the app a shot, but until then, I’ll stick with other companies who as don’t need all of my data.
No iPad Support
I was all for trying this, but not having it properly designed for both iPhone and iPad without not fitting the screen is undesirable. That alone will probably keep me away from liking this app at first release.
Useless. Can project management really be done on an iPhone screen? Why would this be released without an iPad app? And, in general, why is Lists (on web in Microsoft 365) so limited? You cannot even add sub tasks to List items.
Why why why M$? Why?
Seriously if you pay for O365 for your own home, you can’t use that account for this app. You can use it for all others, just not this. It makes no sense why M$ made this choice.... guess we will keep waiting.
Only available for student or business accounts
For those looking to explore an AirTable alternative, you must have a student or business account to use MS Lists. I wish this was available with 365 to track personal projects!