Google Tasks Extension for Google Chrome
By on October 24th, 2009

is a really handy service that was originally a part of , which can now be accessed individually. We have already told you about a desktop tool to access Google Tasks, however, if you are a user, we came across a which will allows you access your Google Tasks quickly and easily.

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Once you install the extension, you will see a tasks bar at the right hand corner of the screen, whenever you load a webpage (you will only see if when you open a webpage).

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Clicking on the Tasks bar will display your Google Tasks to you, you can complete old tasks, add new ones or delete completed tasks using this extension.

Techie Buzz Verdict

techie-buzz-recommended-software[3] If you are a Google Chrome user and want a task manager, that you can access in your Gmail account, as well as integrate with Google Calendar, this extension is a recommended download. Using this extension will make task management that much easier.

The fact that you can edit, delete and add new tasks without having to use Gmail or the standalone Google Tasks website, allows you to use it like just another desktop task management software.

Techie Buzz Ratings: 4/5 (Excellent)

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    I like Chrome, and it is pleasing to see it evolve. Google is becoming more and more integrated and it seems like their quest for world domination is firmly on track. Long live Google!

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  • Lutherian

    If it doesn’t work offline – it’s a waste of time.
    How is this better than having a bookmark on the browser.
    How difficult would it be to make google tasks keep a few miserable kb of plain text offline.

    Google does less and less and people talk more and more about it

 
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