What I did:
Used \remind to setup a task in iPadOS, iOS and MacOS. I have integration turned on (and have since the feature came out) for reminders and event sync. I am using beta versions. In all 3, I have setup the name, reminder time and date and specific the list (only have one) that it syncs to just to be deliberate (note I tested with MacOS just setting a task using the default info and also changed it to see if the behavior was different - it was not).
I’ve tried different ways to set up some tasks in iPadOS and iOS, which all integrate to Apple Reminders just fine. They do not however sync with Exchange to make it to Microsoft To-do.
When I do the exact same task setup on MacOS, it works just fine.
What I expected:
Tasks setup in Agenda would sync with Reminders and then Microsoft todo naturally because of Exchange sync.
Things that might be helpful to know (Agenda version, OS and model, etc):
I’m on latest beta OS for version 13 (both iPad and iPhone) and for MacOS Catalina 10.15.5 with latest beta release on MacOS.
I’m a big Agenda fan for lots of reasons but have seen this backward change in the tasks behavior. Also, because my research yesterday, saw tons of opinions on the task discussion. I loved the idea of managing from the notes the tasks completion but personally like the Microsoft ToDo way of managing tasks and creating a MyDay view for focus. The power of both solutions allows me to be more successful and Microsoft ToDo is creating more functionality (seems to be as fast as Agenda). I’d love an integration API there for Agenda tasks instead - then you don’t have to revamp like you’re thinking!