Several years ago, after searching for a task management app that easily integrated with Google Drive (because nearly all of my works begins in Google Drive) I came across a task management app that caught my interest. It was an independent app but was supposed to work easily with GDrive.
These upgrades have been especially helpful in my work as an editor, writer, tech-support nerd and even with the few med-clients I work with, helping me keep up with my agenda and priority tasks.
Years ago, I purchased the pro version in less than a week. It cost me $4.99 USD and has been worth every penny, but, it’s been free for a long time, since then.
For several years no, GTasks has been a standard feature appearing in most of the Google apps–GMail, GCalendar, GDrive tools like GDocs, GSheets and GSlides.
I can use it offline, and it auto-syncs and updates once I’m back online.
To find it in Google Drive applications. Here’s an example. This is a view from a GDoc originating in GDrive, where GCalendar, GKeep and GTasks are all available in the right pane.
I use Android for mobile devices (on purpose) and it easy to use on those as well. Here’s an example view of it from my LG Stylo 5 phone. The view is similar to my Android tablet.
2020 has drawn me into a flurry of activity. I’ve been thankful for the blessings of strength and resilience granted to me from an ever-gracious Savior and friend. He consistently helps me keep up with the long list of tasks I plow my way through most every week.
A wonderful aspect of all of them is that all of my work is largely faith-based. I can pray, share this wonderful Gospel that is the best news the world ever received, and hand-in-hand with me is the Lord Yeshua (Jesus Christ our Messiah), helping me through each hour of the day.
Several of the projects I’m commissioned for include some book- collaboration with my brother, who, along with his wife, Bela, are both Christian pastors and missionaries to Brazil. There are several other projects we’re involved in that are gospel related. Past those, I have medical charting, my own literature projects and a couple, minimal web-mastering responsibilities. All of those are kept on track with GTasks.
It allows for more than one task sheet. It has options for alarms and reminders. It also allows me to share it with other collaborators.
All that, and it’s reliable and free!
If you need a good task manager, please consider giving this one a try. I’ve been using it about 10 years and still loving it.
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