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G Suite Core Services To Add Google Tasks On June 28

Posted On: Jun 14, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

Google has announced today that it will incorporate Google Tasks into the G Suite family of core services as a standalone app beginning on June 28. That means the task management app will join existing G Suite services such as Gmail, Calendar, Cloud Search, Drive, Hangouts, Docs, and more with similar technical support and service level commitments.
It's important to note that Google Tasks already started providing G Suite users with the ability to synchronize tasks between their smartphones and desktops in an entirely automated manner since the launch of a major redesign to Gmail last April. That update was rolled out to Gmail for both Android devices and desktops, as well as the iOS platform, with a major focus on functionality and helping people “get more done.” However, Google Tasks functioned only as a feature of Gmail back then, which means it was dependent on the email service instead of being a separate app that users can use without having to open Gmail or Calendar. Now, with these new changes,...

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