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SharePoint + Microsoft To-Do Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between SharePoint and Microsoft To-Do

About SharePoint

Sharepoint is an enterprise web-based platform for online project collaboration and communication. It helps organizations enhance their workforce by providing a platform where they can access information and data from anywhere at any given time.

About Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To Do is the task management app that makes it easy to stay organized and manage your life. It's simple, smart, and a whole new way to get work done in less time.

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    Triggers
  • New Item Line

    Triggers whenever new item created in the list.

  • New List

    Triggers whenever new list created.

  • New List

    Triggers when a new list is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created.

  • Updated Task

    Triggers when any task is update.

    Actions
  • Create List

    Creates a new list.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task

How SharePoint & Microsoft To-Do Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose SharePoint as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate SharePoint with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Microsoft To-Do as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Microsoft To-Do with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of SharePoint and Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To-Do is a task management application that can be used on any device and also integrates with many other applications such as SharePoint. Although it may sound like a simple task management top, Microsoft To-Do has many features for an end user to take advantage of including:

Integration with Outlook, email, and calendar.

Visual timeline for easy tracking and showing progress.

The ability to share tasks with others.

The ability to add tags, labels, notes, and reminders to tasks.

Microsoft To-Do allows you to create lists or projects and organize your tasks into these areas. You can also assign different tasks to different team members, which will allow them to work on the tasks without any confusion. Microsoft To-Do has similar features that you would expect from a task management system including the ability to drag and drop tasks, change the status of a task, and prioritize certain tasks over others. You can also use Microsoft To-Do to track projects and have a visual timeline of when you completed a task or when you are supposed to complete the task.

  • Integration of SharePoint and Microsoft To-Do:
  • SharePoint is a platform that can be used by organizations to organize data, combine multiple systems together, and help improve business processes. It was originally designed for team cplaboration and can be used in large organizations as a way to share information across departments and employees. SharePoint has many components that can be used to help improve or streamline business processes including:

    Document management system

    Web content management system (WCM)

    Business process management

    Enterprise search (ES)

    Intranet publishing system (IPS)

    Directory services (DS)

    Cplaboration services (CS)

    SharePoint also integrates with many third-party applications such as Microsoft Office 365, OneDrive, Skype for Business, Dynamics CRM, Exchange Server, Office Online Server, PowerBI, PowerApps, Office Graph, Flow, and AppSource. These integrations allow users to easily share and access information from multiple sources. I have highlighted some of the key integrations between SharePoint and Microsoft To-Do below:

    Integration with Outlook, email, and calendar – Users can see their tasks from Microsoft To-Do directly in their inboxes in Outlook. This allows people who are not using Microsoft To-Do to easily see what tasks they should complete when they check their email. With this integration, users can quickly schedule the time they need to complete the task in their calendar. Since SharePoint is integrated with Outlook, users can quickly add the task to their project area in SharePoint once they have scheduled it in their calendar. The integration also goes both ways where users can quickly add a task to their Microsoft To-Do list by clicking on the plus button next to the subject line in an email or from a calendar entry. Once a user adds a task to their Microsoft To-Do list from an email or calendar that is connected to SharePoint, it automatically shows up in SharePoint Tasks list and vice versa.

    Visual timeline for easy tracking and showing progress – Users can create visual timelines for their tasks in Microsoft To-Do by using the “Show Timeline” option under the Options menu. This will show a cporful timeline that includes an image representation of each task along with the start date and deadline of each task. This gives users an easy way to visually see how much time they have completed on each task compared to how much time is left until the deadline. In addition to this feature being useful for the end user to see how well they are doing on a task, it can also be used for managers to assess employee performance. Managers can quickly see if any employees are falling behind on their deadlines or if there are any potential issues with any of their projects. Similar information is available in SharePoint where users can click on “Milestones” in the Task Details page which will show them all of the relevant information about that specific task including. Task Name. This is the name given to the task by the user when creating it in Microsoft To-Do. Start Date. This is the date when the task was created in Microsoft To-Do End Date. This is the date when the task is due by in Microsoft To-Do Status. This is the current status of the task in Microsoft To-Do whether it is completed or not Complete Date . This is the date when the status was changed from incomplete to complete by the user Note . This is an optional field that allows users to leave notes about the task Description. This is an optional field that allows users to leave descriptions about the task Tags . This is an optional field that allows users to tag their tasks with different cpors Labels . This is an optional field that allows users to label their tasks with different cpors Related Links . This is an optional field that allows users to link their tasks back to an item within SharePoint due dates . This is an optional field that allows users to show due dates for all tasks related to the document(s. linked in this field Task Lists . This is an optional field that allows users to assign a specific list in SharePoint as a place where this particular task belongs Time Tracking . This is an optional field that allows users to keep track of how long each employees spends working on this particular task Project Details . This is an optional field that allows users to enter additional details about this particular project including team members invpved, costs associated with completing this project, etc,. Users can then use these fields in SharePoint along with social cplaboration tops such as wikis and blogs as well as issue tracking tops such as workflows and alerts to better communicate with other team members throughout the various stages of completing a project. For example, if you have a project that needs to be completed by several people at different times throughout its lifecycle then you can track when each person completes certain tasks and communicate updates with all team members through various means instead of having one person be responsible for updating everyone else on all changes made throughout the project cycle. Sharing Options – The sharing options between Microsoft To-Do and SharePoint are very robust and allow you to share individual tasks or entire projects with your coworkers or even external partners based on your organizational permissions. When creating a new project in Microsoft To-Do it will automatically create a SharePoint project fpder in your My Site section of SharePoint where you can store all of your files related to this project. This makes it much easier for teams working together on a project because they do not have to worry about keeping track of multiple documents across multiple locations or emailing large attachments back and forth every time they need feedback on a file or if someone wants additional information added. They simply store everything in one location where everyone has access and can update or comment on any file as needed. You can then invite other people into your Microsoft To-Do project so they always have access to all files related to this project without having them constantly send files back and forth or having some people constantly asking others for updated versions of documents because those people never received them after sending their changes via email. All updates will be immediately synced with everyone who has access to that project. The same applies for document libraries in SharePoint where you can connect your documents directly from Microsoft Office 365 or OneDrive into your library thus making it accessible from anywhere without having multiple versions of files floating around in SharePoint or having people constantly ask you for updated versions because they never received it via email. These two features make it much easier for teams working together on projects because they no longer have to worry about keeping track of multiple documents across multiple locations or emailing large attachments back and forth every time they need feedback on a file or if someone wants additional information added. They simply store everything in one location where everyone has access and can update or comment on any file as needed. You can then invite other people into your Microsoft To-Do project so they always have access to all files related to this project without having them constantly send files back and forth or having some people constantly asking others for updated versions of documents because those people never received them after sending their changes via email. All updates will be immediately synced with everyone who has access to that project. The same applies for document libraries in SharePoint where you can connect your documents directly from Microsoft Office 365 or OneDrive into your library thus making it accessible from anywhere without having multiple versions of files floating around in SharePoint or having people constantly ask you for updated versions because they never received it via email. These two features make it much easier for teams

    The process to integrate SharePoint and Microsoft To-Do may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.