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Thursday, July 19, 2018

We all make mistakes. The new Trash feature in GQueues helps you clean up the mess!

Launching today, the new Trash feature allows you to easily view and restore tasks up to 30 days after they’ve been deleted. Accidentally deleting a task happens to the best of us, and now you can safely purge old to-dos with no risk!

If you share queues with your team, you can also restore tasks that your collaborators have deleted. Turn on notifications for deleted tasks, and then share queues without hesitation - vanishing tasks are a thing of the past.



Check out the Help Docs or watch the video to see the Trash feature in action.

Over 100 beta testers guided the development of this feature, offering feedback and discovering bugs all along the way. Thanks for the help, everyone!

“Now I don't ever have to worry about accidentally deleting a task, as I can always get it back. It makes my workflow faster.”
- Tim Bracken, Beta tester
If you (or someone on your team) has ever accidentally deleted a task, the new Trash feature has you covered!

Thursday, April 26, 2018

GQueues for Gmail Chrome Extension Now Updated for the New Gmail Redesign




You may have heard, Google released the new Gmail makeover yesterday. GQueues worked quickly to make sure you can still create tasks directly from your inbox with the new Gmail interface.

Just launched on the Chrome Store, the update for the GQueues for Gmail Chrome Extension allows you to create tasks directly from Gmail, just like you were able to in the older version of Gmail.

You can still:

  • Link the email to your task
  • Add the email to your task as a link or an attachment
  • Assign the task
  • Add a task to a specific Queue
  • Set a due date with a specific time

all directly in Gmail!

Not seeing the updates just yet?  Auto-update takes about 24 hours.  Version 1.1.3 is the updated version.

What about Preview Pane?

Whether you are using the new Gmail or the old Gmail, GQueues for Gmail Chrome Extension now works with Preview Pane.


Check out the Help Docs to see how easy it is to get started!

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Supercharge Your Google Calendar with this New Extension from GQueues

Google Calendar recently updated its design and we at GQueues have been working hard to build one of the very first integrations for the new interface!

Just launched, the GQueues for Google Calendar Chrome Extension allows you to view additional task details and mark tasks complete directly from Google Calendar.

GQueues is already known for its very popular Google Calendar integration with real-time, two-way syncing of changes. This new extension takes things one step further, making you even more efficient as you manage your work.



Check out the Help Docs or watch the video to see how easy it is to get started!

A big thanks to the 90+ beta testers who helped find bugs and provide feedback during the development process!

"I live in my calendar, so being able to manage my tasks from there is great!"
- Tom Hansen, Beta tester
If you're an avid Google Calendar user, then managing tasks is about to get a lot easier for you!