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A full-featured task manager for G Suite
3,411,063 users
GQueues is the leading task manager built specifically for G Suite. It provides intuitive features so you can manage your work instead of learning a complicated tool. 

With GQueues you get: 

➤ Drag and drop ordering of tasks 

➤ 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

➤ Recurring tasks 

➤ Subtasks 

➤ Email and SMS reminders for tasks with due dates 

➤ Simple keyboard shortcuts 

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

➤ Search

➤ MOBILE APPS: GQueues for iPhone & iPad, and GQueues for Android to manage your tasks on the go 
May 8, 2017
After an exhaustive search and evaluation process, we selected GQueues as our company task manager. We were looking for a product that was simple but powerful, highly integrated into G-Suite, and capable of both getting into the weeds and providing a big picture overview (via Calendar view). Lastly, it had to integrate into the way we work and support the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology. Now that we have some experience with it under our belt, we are thrilled that it meets and in many cases exceeds our expectations. This is a great product, and we love working in it and using it to organize our work and personal life. The integration with G-Suites is far superior to any other products we tested.
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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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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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January 10, 2017
Been using GQueues for a few years and love it. The tight integration with GSuite, simple interface, and multiple inputs to create Q's works great for me and my team.
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January 9, 2017
This is a great tool with tons of customization potential.
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October 29, 2015
Our whole team uses GQueues to stay organized. We can assign tasks, set calendar notifications and even recurring tasks. I use it for personal reminders as well. The integration to Google Apps is seamless and it's part of our every day life.
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October 27, 2015
Free version is crippled to the point of uselessness. Don't bother with this unless you're a business.
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January 10, 2017
The free version is more of a trial for the full version.
October 22, 2015
It's just plain easy to load, easy to use, and well integrated into Google Apps. I use it for everything from prioritizing my daily task list to shopping on weekends. (the mobile app loads fast and it's easy to mark items as complete or add new items. There is elegance in simplicity in this app with some hidden powerful features such as tags and search that are there as needed.
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October 21, 2015
I use it every day at work and this keeps me and my team members sane and productive!
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September 1, 2015
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