Microsoft’s To-Do service is meant to help users keep track of their tasks, be it for their personal life or in the workplace. However, until today, there wasn’t really an efficient way to separate those different aspects of the user’s life, as the app only supported one account at a time.

That changes today, at least for those who use the service on Android. Microsoft today announced on Twitter that To-Do for Android now supports multiple accounts, so you can keep your personal and professional tasks completely separate.

“Movies we should watch together”, “Chores” or that “New job search” list —scared of accidentally sharing a list with your boss? We now support multiple accounts on Android (update 1.45), so you can keep your personal life separate from your work life. pic.twitter.com/vJ6Um6aNaR

The feature is available with version 1.45 of the app, and it seems to be exclusive to Google’s operating system for the time being. Even for Insiders, the Windows 10 version of the app doesn’t yet have this capability, but it should be a matter of time before it becomes more widely available.

For now, if you’d like to give it a go, Microsoft To-Do can be downloaded from the Play Store, where you can also sign up for the beta program to get early access to new features such as this one. If you don’t need the full power of To-Do, you can use the integration in Microsoft Launcher to stay on top of your tasks, though that feature is only available to beta users for now.

Source: Microsoft (Twitter)

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