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.
Pros: - Syncs with GQueues web and is pretty responsive when I enter dates that sync immediately with Google Calendar. This is a feature that is great about GQueues which is rare among productivity apps - two way sync with Google Calendar. - Easy to create tasks, adding dates, reminders, task duration and notes. - Easy to create your own system. Cons: - It doesn't always respond the first time I touch a queue to go into it. Often I find that I have to touch it two or three times to move into a queue. - The "Add task" button should be in the lower right or left hand corner of the app where the user's thumb can easily use it, not at the top right. - Can't create smartviews in the app. You can only do this on the web version. - When you click on a parent task that has remaining subtasks, there is no prompt to stop you like there is on the web app. Needs to be consistent.
Missing only one thing Reports. When planning, a list or grid of time planned, days across the top, queues down the side . A quick sanity check when planning . Currently, I use the gcal integration for that. A similar chart for tasks completed , to give to payroll, and a final one with two columns per day across the top: planned and completed to see how well I followed the plan.
Fantastic app for office or personal organisation The most customisable productivity tool on the market. No matter what system you use to organise your tasks this will adapt to your needs. The smart queues allow you to filter by context , tags, workflow stages. Very well thought out tool with great customer service as well
Well integrated & straightforward I've been using another calendar /task manager successfully for years and the GTD method. This works just as well and the synch to Google products makes it even more effective for me. Not much of a learning curve and adapting to slight tweaks wasn't really an issue. I'll be subscribing
Great system though the mobile app has some crashes and lag (Android N). I need to press back button to navigate up the last tree, but no breadcrumbs show this. If the slide-in left menu listed the queues in a similar order to the left pane in the web-app it may be easier to quickly move about?
◆ Added support for new Comments feature! ◆
With Comments you can now discuss the details of shared tasks with others, follow-up on assignments and track progress on your individual tasks.