Powered by SharePoint and accessed via a web interface, Lists can be seen as a Microsoft attempt to replicate low code solutions such as Airtable . Its more app like than a spreadsheet, while giving users much more control than a regular listing app like To Do or its predecessor Wunderlist. Lists power is only really appreciated by seeing it in action. Assuming youve got a valid subscription, the app will show up in the Office 365 app drawer – it has a brightly coloured icon with a warm...

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