- Create task lists with your most important to-dos
- View, edit, and manage tasks on the go, from any device
- Manage tasks created in Gmail or Calendar on the web from your mobile device
Add details and create subtasks
- Break down your tasks to subtasks
- Add details about the work you need to focus on
- Edit details about any task as your work progresses
View tasks created from emails
- Create a task directly from an email in Gmail
- View your tasks in the side panel of Gmail
- Trace a task back to its source email
Stay on track with due dates and notifications
- Set a due date for every task to help you achieve your goals
- Organize your tasks by date or prioritize using drag-and-drop
- Receive due date notification reminders to keep your tasks on track
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Take control of your task management and install the Google Tasks mobile app. Start easily managing your to-do list on the go with the Tasks planner app from Google.
Google Tasks might not be as feature-rich as some other to-do list applications, but it’s still a great option for a simple task tracker. Tasks with specific dates already appear in the desktop version of Google Calendar, but only now is that feature officially coming to mobile.
Google Calendar started testing Tasks integration in the Android and iOS apps as early as June of this year, and a wider rollout began in September. Google has now officially announced the change, saying it should arrive on all devices within the next two weeks. “Adding tasks to your calendar keeps to-do’s visible and allocates time for you to accomplish them, helping you accomplish what’s important,” the company said in a blog post.
With the feature enabled, tasks from Google Tasks with dates assigned appear alongside your calendar events. You can also create new tasks straight from the Calendar app, so unless you want features like the home screen widget, you may not need the dedicated Tasks app installed simultaneously.
The new functionality doesn’t appear to be tied to a specific version of Google Calendar, since the latest update was v2020.38.3 on September 29th. You’ll likely have to wait for the server-side rollout to reach you.