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A full-featured task manager for Google Workspace
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Overview
GQueues is the leading task manager built specifically for Google Workspace. It provides intuitive features so you can manage your work instead of learning a complicated tool. 

With GQueues you get:

➤ 2-way syncing with your Google Calendar 

➤ Attachments with Google Drive integration

➤ Collaboration with co-workers so you can manage lists together 

➤ Tagging and Smart Queues for flexible organization 

➤ Assignments so you can delegate work 

➤ Comments so your team can discuss task details

➤ Drag and drop ordering of tasks 

➤ Recurring tasks 

➤ Subtasks 

➤ Email and popup reminders for tasks with due dates 

➤ Simple keyboard shortcuts 

➤ A task Inbox so you can create tasks via email or directly from your calendar 

➤ Search

➤ MOBILE APPS: GQueues for iPhone & iPad, and GQueues for Android to manage your tasks on the go 
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GQueues will need access to your Google account
This will allow GQueues to :
See, edit, create, and delete all of your Google Drive files
See, edit, create, and delete only the specific Google Drive files you use with this app
See, edit, share, and permanently delete all the calendars you can access using Google Calendar
See and download your contacts
See info about users on your domain
See your primary Google Account email address
See your personal info, including any personal info you've made publicly available
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A User of GQueues
May 28, 2010
Tried this out personally before implementing to our company, and loved it so much that I purchased it. Easy to use and powerful features. Great for keeping your tasks separate and prominent. Only drawback is sometimes it is a little slow.
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Michael Mauws
January 16, 2017
I've been using GQueues for a couple of years now and would not want to give it up under any circumstances. For anyone whose life revolves around a GMail in-box, this is the To Do app you want to adopt. Its integration with GMail and Google's calendar is very slick. So slick, in fact, that there's no longer any excuse for me to have anything in any of my in-boxes for more than a day. FWIW, I have created a set of daily recurring tasks: e.g., review calendar, clean out in-box 1, clean out in-box 2, review To Do list, etc. I run through these at the start of the day and, once I'm done, I'm ready to tackle all the tasks that were created as I cleaned out my In Boxes. And throughout the day, I add tasks using the iPhone app. The result is an ever evolving list of everything I need to get done. Brilliant!
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Shawn Holt
January 21, 2013
I've been using GQ's for about a week. It definitely lacks the eye candy that many other apps have. However, it is extremely well designed, and great for small teams. This app is especially good for those who are embedded in the Google ecosystem. It does lack a few small features (although they're generally workarounds) and it's a small development team, however I'm pretty confident this product has a future. UPDATE - There has been almost no innovation on this project. I had very high hopes but my fears that they are not properly financed have been realized and I'm looking for alternatives.
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Prahadhir P
October 20, 2013
GQueues is the best Task Management app among the 70 other apps i have tried (To name a few Wrike, Remember the milk, Todo, Todoly, Google Tasks, Smart Sheets, etc...). Great features and Pricing. I like it most because it is simple and have all the great features that a small organization required. It reduced emails for entire organization by 90%, as we are communicating and getting the work done by GQUEUES Tasks. And Customer support is the best. I deleted my account by mistake and requrested to get all the data back. And to my surprise, turn around time to resolve this issue was less than 5 mins. I recommend GQUEUES for any organization that is looking for a simple and useful application.
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Jonathan Issler
September 20, 2010
I have easily tried a dozen of the most popular task management SaaS solutions over the past year and have been very discouraged. I even put forth two attempts to build my own but found that building to my own needs left me overwhelmed and without the time to accomplish those tasks I was trying to track. GQueues has been the answer to my search! It is simple in its structure and basic usage but with a lot of powerful tools to help you manage everything you need to do. It is very tightly integrated with Google Apps and has the ability to accept tasks from any place you are (email, SMS, IM, etc). The Smart Lists help you slice and dice the grouped tasks into actionable groups to make sure that nothing slips through the cracks. The developer has been very active and is releasing new updates every few weeks and is very responsive to the community. If you are a list-maker and have a Google Apps account, you need to check out GQueues now!
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Anna Otto - ESC
February 22, 2013
GQueues is a phenomenal tool to help you stay organized. I searched a long time to find a solution like this that will integrate with Google Calendar and Mail. Love it! I'm thrilled with the ease of use, the simplicity of managing multiple projects and their related tasks, the collaborative features, and the customer support. Any problems or questions I've had were addressed right away. Since discovering it, I've had my entire team sign up to use it, as well as another department, and word is spreading fast. Take advantage of the free 2 week trial to see all the features. The annual price is very reasonable and worth EVERY penny.
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Aaron Boydston
January 13, 2017
Firstly, this is just about the only todo app with 2-way Google calendar syncing. Most other—even top notch—todo apps only provide a calendar feed for Google to display. Especially considering that Google refreshes these calendar feeds about only once a day, it is useless way to manage tasks. So big props to Gqueues for providing 2-way sync that works really well. After that big accomplishment, the todo app itself is top notch and robust. Mind you, it starts with a particular approach for task management, so it's possible it might not be your cup of tea (this is true for almost all todo apps, so it's not really a negative, comparatively). For example, there are no priorities on tasks and the emphasis is on manually sorting tasks (which it does really well) and having numerous lists (queues) of tasks. This approach is not ideal for me as I rely heavily on the ability to schedule tasks in the future and have my todo app automatically display them in my main "working" list on the schedule dates (which to me is a "start" date; I don't use due dates). Thankfully, Gqueues is also very configurable with its filter-building tool. So you may be able to make it do what you need it to do (<- get it? lol)—like I have. The only queue I really use is a smart queue that displays all tasks with a date of today or earlier. There are some cons compared to the regular queues (like simply adding a task is more intensive), but it works! Some other pros: -lots of keyboard shortcuts -adding tasks from gmail -from regular queues, it is super fast to add tasks -great support; not fast but quality -clean interface -I’ve learned how to spell “queue!”
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Ben Edmonds
September 13, 2010
A well considered elaborated version of Google's own Tasks. It's like the developer (I believe it's mostly just a guy named Cameron) read all the web chatter about what Tasks was missing and just went for it. Styling, as you would except Google to do themselves, make it quick & intuitive to use. The rich functionality (nested, date & recurring, tags, collaboration & sharing, keyboard shortcuts, reminders, settings) doesn't cloud the simplicity - meaning it can be used equally well for shopping lists and/or project management. Features like the quick add box are brilliant once you get used to a few of the keyboard shortcuts and mark-up. To migrate from Google Tasks to GQueues (notes, related emails, indents & dates are not preserved): ~ From Google Tasks > choose a list > actions: email list > copy the list of tasks ~ Now in GQueues > Quick Add > paste the text > done. ~ custom mark-up can be added in Quick Add to add detail, or this can be done after. Although the product is great, there is still room for improvement. Updates occur often and are mostly based on suggestions & feedback from the small but lively discussion group. I've notice a bit of bug with contacts integration. Calendar integration is limited to only one calendar and two-way usage isn't completely seamless. Highly recommended!
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Bert Webb
September 20, 2010
LOVE GQueues!! I've tried them all: Remember the Milk, Toodledo, Nozbe, Google Tasks, Good Todo, SmartyTasks, and others. GQueues beats them all in the perfect balance of being feature rich, ease of use, and simplicity. With the others, I found myself tinkering with the settings more than getting things done. With GQueues, I'm actually being productive! I especially like the tight integration with my Google Apps account and the aesthetic similarities to Google. GQueues is also great for GTD! I use the regular Queues to list my projects that I'm responsible for at work. Within each Queue, I list my tasks and sub-tasks. The Smart Queues allow me to create "views" of my work (What's due today? Overdue? Just my calls?) I even create a Smart Queue for each direct report and tag each delegated item with their name. When I meet with any of my direct report, I pull up their Queue and all their delegated tasks are there for review. I was absent today, so I published one of my Queues and sent the link to it via email to another manager so she could fill in during my absence. I'm going to be a long-term customer!
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Michael Mauws
February 4, 2015
There's something to be said for an app that does one thing and does it EXTREMELY well. When it comes to task management, that's GQueues in a nutshell. For anyone whose life revolves around GMail and Google Calendar, this app is a must. With just a couple of clicks, emails, web pages, and anything else of interest is added to one's task list. Moreover, those tasks then appear in your Google Calendar AND in your task list on the right hand side of your calendar. What makes GQueues even more impressive -- especially in comparison to many of the other apps we've evaluated -- is that it works just as well for groups as it does for individuals. Individual tasks and queues -- a collection of tasks -- can be assigned, viewed, and/or shared with anyone in your contacts. And get this: your contacts can work with these tasks with the Lite (i.e., free) version of the app. While there are lots of task management apps out there, few are as slick as GQueues. The highly polished drag-and-drop interface, clear and well laid out help pages, and incredibly quick responses to queries have us hooked on this product. Yes, there are things that could be improved, but at least with GQueues I have emails making it clear that those improvements are on the way. If you're a hard core user of Google apps, then you really must give this product a test drive (which you can do for free). If you do, the ONLY thing that could stop you from adopting it would be a need for a task manager that is seamlessly integrated into an established CRM system. Otherwise, I'm sure you'll happily hand over your $25 annual subscription when your trial comes to an end.
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