When you click on a Task, a window will open with a Notes section. See the pink hand. This is where you can put more details or a mini task list breaking up the main task. This window is also where you will change the date that a task is due. You can also click n drag tasks to a different day when you are in a view other than day view. This is also where you can delete the task, move the task to a different list or mark the task DONE. I just like to delete finished tasks so I don’t have to deal with the visual clutter of all those check-marked tasks.
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That’s it then. I think I’ve covered the mechanics of To-Do Lists using Google Tasks pretty well.
The next post covers which mobile Apps I use to sync with Google Tasks and how I use To Do Lists to plan ahead and keep me organized.
If you would be interested in a webinar where I could demonstrate these ideas please shoot me a Comment or an email. I would love to hear from you.
Now excuuuuuse me…but I need to get to the next item on my To-Do List!
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