Assign Microsoft To-Do licenses

Microsoft To-Do is currently available for the following Office 365 suites:  

  • Business Essentials

  • Business Premium

  • Microsoft 365 Firstline F1

  • Enterprise Firstline F1 & F2

  • Enterprise E1-E5

  • Secure Productive Business

  • Secure Productive Enterprise E3 & E5

  • Education E1-E5

  • Education A1-A5

  • Microsoft 365 A3-A5

Note: We are in the process of adding Microsoft To-Do to Exchange Online subscriptions. This will finish in March.

Customers with one or more eligible Office 365 subscriptions listed above will see user-level licenses for Microsoft To-Do. You can use these licenses to manage individual access to the Microsoft To-Do apps for Windows, iOS and Android, as well as control visibility of the Microsoft To-Do tile in the Microsoft 365 app launcher. 

To assign or disable a user's license for Microsoft To-Do, please visit the 'Users' page of the Microsoft 365 Admin Center and select that user, then selecting your preference for To-Do and clicking save.

Here's an example of what you might see after disabling a license for Microsoft To-Do:

A screenshot shows the Product licenses page of the Office 365 Admin center with the toggle control switched to Off for To-Do (Plan 2).

As is common with licenses for other Office 365 products, you can also use Powershell scripts in order to assign or disable Microsoft To-Do licenses in batches. For instructions, see Assign licenses to user accounts with Office 365 PowerShell: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/enterprise/powershell/assign-licenses-to-user-accounts-with-office-365-powershell

If users who don’t have a license for any of the Office suites listed above or have a disabled Microsoft To-Do license log in to Microsoft To-Do for Windows, iOS or Android, they will receive an error and be logged out by the app.  

Note: We are in the process of adding making To-Do on the web a part of Outlook on the Web, which is licensed through Exchange Online. This means users will no longer need an enabled To-Do license in order to launch or use To-Do on the web. Please review our article on managing access To-Do on the web  if you wish to learn more.

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