Christian Reber, the young start-up who managed to sell his Wunderlist startup to Microsoft by 2015 for an amount greater than 100 millions of dollars, don't be upset by the closure of its creation. This 6 May 2020, Wunderlist indeed draws its reverence. Most of the functionality of the service has been integrated into Microsoft's To-Do application.
The man tried a few months ago to buy the startup he sold to Microsoft, but the American giant had kindly declined the proposal. For Microsoft, the acquisition of Wunderlist served a goal of integration into its various verticals.
The creator of Wunderlist has therefore worked for several months on a new project to revive Wunderlist under a new name.. Superlist should be very similar to the previous startup project, while integrating some new features. Christian Reber does not intend to offer only a task management tool but a genuine collaborative work tool..
It is possible to register on the website of the new application to receive a notification as soon as the service is available. Logically, the launch should take place in 2020.
World news – FR – Wunderlist creator to offer alternative to To-Do with Superlist – Geeko