Report abusive content in shared lists

Sometimes scammers will use techniques like phishing or spoofing to send abusive content or gain access to your personal information. Here's how to deal with online abuse and phishing and spoofing scams sent using shared lists in Microsoft To Do:

  • To report harassment, impersonation, child exploitation, child pornography, or other illegal activities received via a Microsoft To Do sharing link, please copy the sharing link and send it to us using the Contact us form under Get support in the settings of your mobile app or if you're on web or Windows by emailing us at Along with the sharing link, please tell us what content is inappropriate within the list and include the following screenshots:

    1. A screenshot of the list showing the inappropriate content

    2. A screenshot of the list members

  • If you are being threatened, call your local law enforcement.

  • If you believe your account has been hacked, please visit to reset your account.

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