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Google Calendar Tasks Integration Rolling Out Now on Android and iOS

Google Calendar Tasks Integration Rolling Out Now on Android and iOS
Google Calendar Tasks Integration Rolling Out Now on Android and iOS

The Google Calendar Tasks Integration is now made available in its Android and iOS apps. Earlier, it was available only through the web.

Google Calendar Tasks Integration Rolling Out Now on Android and iOS

The users can now enable the option of creating and reviewing tasks using their mobile phones. Furthermore, these tasks added through the Google Calendar Tasks Integration will now automatically sync on both desktop and mobile.

Moreover, this feature will be rolled out to all the users that have access to a personal Google account. However, for those using G suite; it would take at least a minimum of two weeks for the feature to be accessible.

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Google, the tech giant, in a blog post, said that; adding tasks to Google Calendar will bring about a number of advantages.

The Google Tasks Integration feature will now have visible to-do lists; and also provide sufficient time to complete them.

In April 2018, Google had launched the standalone Tasks app for Android and iOS as well as for the Internet; and is now carrying out integration for mobile calendar tasks.

However, the users can access the Google Tasks Integration feature without really downloading the Tasks app. The feature once launched will be made available by default on the Google Calendar.

A new ‘tasks’ button will be made available below Target and Reminder and above Case. The users can use the button to enter their tasks and add a bit of extra information if necessary.

The users will be required to assign a time limit for every task. The tasks will later have to be marked as completed or deleted post the expiration of the time allotted to a task.

In addition to the launch of Android 11; at the beginning of last month; Google also unveiled that calendars will soon display the personal activities of the users.

This will help the users to be a more organized and better plan around commitments. It also noted that personal activities; such as peers or IT; would remain privately stored and will not be made available to anyone having access to the work calendar of a particular user.

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