The Wunderlist Calendar App
For Outlook on iPhone, iPad & Android

April 26, 2016 - Comments

If you like to plan your day with Wunderlist in one hand and a calendar in the other, then our latest integration with Outlook is made just for you. Outlook brings your calendar and email together in one nifty app on your phone and tablet. And now with Wunderlist's Calendar App, you'll be able to see your to-dos as well! To get started, make sure you get Outlook for your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Then all you'll need to do, is follow the three easy steps below.

1. Connect your Wunderlist with Outlook

Before we get started, you'll want to make sure you’ve downloaded both Wunderlist and Outlook to your phone or tablet.

Next, you'll want to open Outlook, tap the calendar icon at the bottom, then the menu button at the top left, and then on Calendar Apps. Next, you'll just need to tap on Wunderlist and sign in to your account. Hey presto, you have officially integrated the two apps!

2. Choose your lists

You know that list with all your to-dos for a surprise anniversary weekend for your beloved? Perhaps you don’t want that one showing up in your calendar, just in case. Luckily you can choose which lists you want to see in Outlook. Tap the menu button at the top left, scroll down and simply select all the lists that you don't want to see.

3. To-dos meet calendar

If you have a number of to-dos due for today then they'll now be showing up above your events. When it comes time to plan your day, you can get all the details about your upcoming to-dos by tapping on them.

You'll see the list name and all the details from your Note... but if you need more, or maybe to reschedule, simply tap 'Open in Wunderlist' and you'll be taken straight to the Detail View of your to-do. As you check them off in Wunderlist, a little check mark will show up next to it. At the end of the day, you can look back with pride at all the to-dos you’ve completed!

We'd love to hear what you think about our latest integration, and what you'd like to see next. Drop us a line on Twitter, Facebook, or in the comments below.

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