Great for organization The app is not quite as easy to use as the browser functionality but it's getting there. Very powerful if you are a Google Drive, Gmail user!
Good Great system though web interface still a bit laggy. Also in mobile app, need to press back button to navigate up the last tree, but no breadcrumbs show this and sometimes the app crashes. If the queues were listed (same order as web app) on a side slide-in menu it may be easier to quickly move about? Also wish gqueues had an api.
Best Productivity App ever If you want to be productive and Organized this is the best app in the market. Tons of useful features. It is a very simple and easy to use app, but its very robust at the same time.
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.
Great in theory & probably the best currently out there, but darned if there aren't some frustrating things too, not the least of which is that they don't seem to supply email support for questions. My biggest issue is with the automatic assigning of dates and times if you type that in your task name. For example if I want to remind myself on Thursday that on Friday I have to take my mom to the doctor, I would type for the task name "Take Mom to Doc on Fri" and then I would assign the due date as Thursday. GQs, thinking it's too smart for it's own good will then remove the word "Fri" and change the due date to Friday. I then have to re-do all that and then it will stay as I want it. I've never seen a way to turn that off and I've searched countless forums. My other more minor issues are just that it's buggy. I often get the "shucks!" message which reboots the program & I usually get that in the middle of trying to create a task. Also, while the desktop version is free, I pay for it on my phone, but the phone app is much clunkier and the "overdue" tasks that show up on my phone are always months old and never the current overdue list. Could be great with a little work.
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.
◆ 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