How to use Google tasks

If you want to create a to-do list that you can use on your PC and on your smartphone, you may consider using Google tasks. You can access tasks from Gmail on your PC, and if you want to open the tasks on the go, you will need the app. You can download Google Tasks for Android or Google Tasks for iOS. Using tasks is very simple, but if you are new to it, continue reading. We are going to show you how to use Google tasks on your PC and your smartphone or tablet.

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How to use Google tasks

To access Google tasks on your PC, open the browser of your choice, and log in to your Gmail account. Next, on the right side of the screen click on Tasks.

If by any chance you don’t see the icon (like in the image above), you need to expand the panel. You can do that by clicking on the arrow in the bottom right of the screen.

Now, you can add a task by clicking on a dedicated option.

If you want to edit the task, just click on the pencil icon. When you complete the task on a list, tick the task.

To delete a task, tap Edit and tap Delete at the top.

As mentioned above, to use Google Task on your smartphone or tablet, you need to download the app.

Download Google Tasks for Android

Download Google Tasks for iOS

To add a new task on Android, open the app and tap Add a new task. Enter your task and tap Save. If you want to edit the task, tap on the task you want to edit and make changes. When you are done, tap Back. To mark the task as complete, find the task and tap to the left of a task. To delete a task, tap on the task and tap Delete.

To add a new task on an iOS device, open the app and tap Add a new task. Enter the task and tap Save. If you want to make changes, tap on the task, and edit it. Tap Back. To mark the task as complete, find the task you completed and tap to the left of the task. To delete a task, tap on the task and tap Delete.

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