Wunderlist for Mac has today been updated to introduce a number of new features including the ability to email and print your to-do lists. It also adds contextual menus, makes performance and stability improvements, and adds additional languages.
With the latest Wunderlist update, you can print task lists like you would any document on your Mac — by hitting the Command + P. You can also email them to friends and colleagues by hitting Command + I. According to Wunderlist creators 6 Wunderkinder, the email functionality is a great way to backup your data. I’d imagine it’s also pretty handy when you want to distribute tasks lists to colleagues or teams of people for certain projects.
This update also adds new contextual menus; you can right-click on tasks or lists to access all kinds of functionality, such as the ability to move items, mark them as starred or complete, or delete them.
You can also look forward to performance and stability improvements with this release, which should make the app a little snappier and more reliable — plus additional languages, including Russian, Swedish, Maltese, and simplified Chinese.
Wunderlist version 2.0.5 is available to download now from the Mac App Store using the source link below.
Source: Mac App Store