The new Google Tasks app & service will become a core service of G Suite later this month. Tasks, as you may recall, is a replacement for setting up tasks in Google Calendar and has a stand alone app for both Android and iOS. Google has announced that starting June 28th that Tasks will be an on-by-default service in G Suite.
The change makes sense in that Google is trying to get everyone to move over to Tasks instead of using the task settings in Google Calendar, despite the fact that Google Tasks is still limited when you compare it to the old reminders feature in Calendar. Tasks, for example, won’t let you setup recurring tasks while you can do that in reminders in Calendar.
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Google has finally released a standalone task management app. A round of applause please…. Google Tasks is a new app for both Android and iOS that allows you to create and management your tasks that formerly, you could only get to from Google Calendar. The app, though, doesn’t remove your tasks from Calendar but instead, provides you a way to management without having to dive into Calendar itself.
The new app has been rumored for a while and was leaked a few weeks ago but there wasn’t much information on it until it was released today. The new app is a beautiful example of Material Design and makes task management easy.
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