Sad I didn't find this before If you have your life integrated with Google mail and calendars, this system (app, website and plug-ins) is simply top notch. I also recommend incorporating a daily paper scheduling for "today's list." A real cost of less than $3 per month is a bargain. Be happy that you finally found this! Celebrate by getting a bunch of stuff done.
Been using for almost 3 years and totally depend on it. After almost 3 years it is still the best GTD app imho. Yet, not totally locked into GTD because of available flexibility. Cameron the developer has been and remains incredibly responsive, responding personally. Good training videos. Our staff of 25 utilize it heavily for mtg agendas, assigning tasks, collaboration on tasks and agendas, to do list, project management, integration with calendar, and many of us then use it for personal use. Great app, the cost pays for itself 10x over.
Extremely well considered task management A great addition to an already brilliant web app. Been using GQs for a 5+ years now for both my small business and personal life. Sitting alongside Gmail, Cal & Drive on my GApps account it allows me to 'download' my brain and ensure I know what I need to do when. Whether that's specific tasks or lists of things. Super easy to add, edit and sort but that should go without saying. The best bit is probably that the developers are very accessible and progressive in creating and tweaking features.
Best Tool for Getting Things Done I've tried lots of organizing, outlining, tasks list over the years, and I find this one to be the best so far. It's not perfect but I believe for me it works well. I the smart queues, which give you an inbox like getting things done. The more I use it, the more I like it. I think twenty-five bucks a year is a reasonable amount to pay considering its web-based and I can access it from my computer as well.
Best to do app there is! I've been using this for a few years now. Occasionally I try something new but always return to GQueues. The only thing stopping it getting a 5 is the app needs one or two clicks more than I would like to edit events. Otherwise, when used with the desktop version and google cal, this is an amazing to do list manager.
Love it ... And I'm a task list master! Worked with asana, dapulse, wrike and smartsheet.. GQs is amazing in its simplicity and pricing. Only complaint is you can not create a Google doc from interface you have to go back to drive..create..go back to GQ...other than that 5 stars so far.
◆ Fixed crashing bug when editing certain tasks without a duration
◆ Tasks due today now show with a green date
◆ Quick Add now supports relative times ("in X minutes / hours / days"), and duration ("for X minutes / hours / days")
◆ Fixed bug with not being able to reorder tasks in Inbox when starting app from Inbox shortcut on home screen