Set start times and import reminders in Tasks

Here comes one of the most awaited features.
Tasks is one of the goals to follow what you have to do in G Suite. These new updates will help ensure the majority of your to-dos are in Tasks, and guarantee that you can monitor the due dates related with them. Moreover, importing reminders to Tasks can support your users if your association is at present changing from Inbox to Gmail.
  • Set a date and time for your tasks and receive notifications - You’ll find a place to add date & time.
  • Create repeating tasks - Also you can make an event recur.

  • Import reminders into Tasks
This import tool will pull your reminders (from Inbox/Gmail, Calendar, or the Assistant) into Tasks.When importing reminders into Tasks, we’ll copy over the title, date, time and recurrence of the reminder. Please note, reminders with locations associated will not be imported. Additionally, this is a one-time import and not a constant sync.
- When you open Tasks on the web or your mobile app, you’ll see a prompt to copy your existing reminders over to Tasks. You can also trigger this manually by opening the overflow menu in the top right.
- You’ll be able to select which list in Tasks you’d like to add them to, or create a new list.
- You can also indicate whether or not you’d like these reminders to be deleted once they are copied.
New time features

These tasks will then show up in Google Calendar on the web at their specific time, as long as you have the “Tasks” calendar enabled on the left-hand side. If you’ve enabled mobile notifications, you'll also get notified for tasks at their scheduled dates and times in the Tasks mobile apps (Android/iOS). For tasks that have a date, but don’t have a time, you’ll get notifications at 9am local time.

If a task wasn’t marked as completed, you’ll get a second notification at 9am the day after a task was due.


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