Microsoft List 365 is an application in the Microsoft Office 365 suite, which is now available on iOS and users can download it from the App Store. The app essentially helps users track information and organize their work into simple lists, which can be distinguished by templates, colors, etc. The Microsoft Lists app for iOS allows users to access lists they own and lists shared with them. Users can also create new lists, edit list items, and easily share with others.

According to Microsoft’s blog post, the Microsoft Lists app for iOS is a “simple, smart, and flexible” way to “track issues, assets, routines, contacts, lists, etc., to make everyone Stay in sync everywhere”. The application has various use cases, especially to help people collaborate on the go. Recall that the application was released at Build 2020 last year, and plans to include it in the Teams Web client, and the application was announced shortly thereafter.

Microsoft lists allow users to create lists from ready-made templates, Excel files or existing lists. The app for iOS also supports offline data consumption and has a dark mode. Microsoft said that to log in, the user’s organization needs to have an Office 365 commercial subscription. Microsoft said it is developing the Microsoft Lists app for Android and will “share more later this year.”

Recently, Microsoft increased the upload file size limit for OneDrive, Team, and SharePoint from 100GB to 250GB. The company announced that support for uploads of 250GB file size will begin rolling out at the end of January. Microsoft expects that by the end of the first quarter of 2021, its availability will be even greater. When explaining its working principle, Microsoft said that each shared file is split into multiple blocks and encrypted with its unique key. In addition, all files are backed up in Azure storage.

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