Keeping track of your reminders in Google Workspace could be a bit trickier for a short while as the platform moves alerts over to a new app.
The news was first announced in September 2022, with the migration now underway for Google Workspace users across the world, as it looks to "to create a single experience for managing to-dos across Google."
Google Tasks migration
Originally launched in 2018, Google Tasks is one of the most underappreciated Workspace tools, often going unnoticed by many users, but the company is now looking to boost its importance with the new move.
Now, Google Tasks will be directly integrated with Workspace apps such as Gmail, Google Chat and Calendar, meaning you can quickly add to and manage your to-do list as new jobs come in.
Users will be able to select a new “Add to tasks” button in Gmail, create tasks directly from Google Chat, and create a task in Google Calendar in order to make sure they have the time to get it done.
Once created, all these tasks can be sorted into lists, with priorities set with the star selection already seen in Gmail and Google Drive - and finished tasks marked as complete with a satisfying tick mark.
Google says that integrating Assistant and Calendar reminders into Tasks will also make users' lives much easier, allowing them to save suggestions or ideas hands-free. If you specify a date or time, your device will display a notification when it's time, so you don't forget.
Anyone wishing to have a copy of their Reminders data should receive it before June 2022, the company says, with Keep reminders also remaining on the app, but no longer showing on your calendar.
Following the migration, users will be able to view their tasks by going to the Tasks calendar instead of the Reminders calendar - and they can also go to Google Tasks, or ask Assistant, for your tasks.
Users can find out more on the changes on Google Workspace's support page.
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