Today’s tech news: Google task integration for gmail


Google totally surrendered its independent Tasks administration for quite a while and incorporated functionality with Inbox and the Assistant. A year ago, in any case, a Google Tasks update surfaced out of the blue, total with Gmail coordination on the web. Presently, the most recent Gmail application update conveys this usefulness to Android.

To add an email to Google Tasks, you just open its flood menu (the three-spot menu) and snap “Add to Tasks.” A toast message at the base of the screen will reveal to you that you’ve effectively made said assignment, and you can even hop directly into the Tasks application by squeezing “View.” If you don’t have it introduced, tapping on “Add to Tasks” takes you to the application’s Play Store posting.

While I welcome the capacity to dole out errands to messages after this element vanished alongside Inbox, I’m feeling the loss of the last’s straightforwardness. You could add notes and view to-dos directly inside your inbox there, while you have to bounce forward and backward among Gmail and Tasks to get a similar usefulness. However I like the way that you can comment on things there in unmistakably more detail than you used to have the option to in Inbox.

On the off chance that you’d like to attempt the new alternative for yourself, you should be on the most recent Gmail discharge (and you may need to hold up a bit until the component takes off to you from Google’s servers). You can discover it on the Play Store through the gadget beneath or side burden it over at APK Mirror.

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