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Want your organization featured on GQueues?

Do you use Google Apps and GQueues to help run your business, school or non-profit?  I’m looking to write several case studies about organizations that have found success using GQueues to help manage tasks and organize work.

Benefits to you, for helping out:

* Your organization will be featured on the GQueues website with an overview of your business/non-profit and links back to your site

* Case studies will be submitted to, and reviewed by Google and may be considered for inclusion in their sales and marketing materials

* You get to feel good helping others discover how GQueues and Google Apps can help their organization become more effective :)

If you are interested please reply to this post and I will follow up with more details to get started in the coming days.
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Александър Пенев's profile photoAlberto Cuomo's profile photoDoug Essinger-Hileman's profile photoAntonio Cezar de Carvalho's profile photo
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Hello I'm coordinator of a non profit organisation based in Rome (Italy). I introduced GQueues in my office since this year and me and my colleagues are very happy, increasing productivity and strengthening organisation. Please keep me informed about this initiative :-)
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NOW AVAILABLE: Google Tasks Import Tool

The Google Tasks Import Tool is now publicly available, allowing people to easily load their data into GQueues for a quick and seamless transition.

Thanks to all the beta testers who identified bugs and suggested improvements to the tool!

If you have friends or colleagues who want something more powerful than Google Tasks, now is a great time to tell them about GQueues! With just a couple of clicks they can load all of their existing tasks into GQueues and start taking advantage of its numerous features including reminders, sharing, assignments, tagging and search.
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Keepin' it awesome Cameron!!!  Thanks!
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Today I released another batch of updates.  Just logout and login again to start using the newest version with these improvements:

1. Re-designed Sharing Window
Search contacts with images and auto-complete now when sharing your queues.

2. Add Directly to Shared Queues
The dropdown menus in the Gmail Gadget, Chrome Extension, Bookmarklet and Quick Add window include your shared queues now so you can easily create tasks with others.

3. More Keyboard Shortcuts
I've added a ton of new keyboard shortcuts including ones to open any queue, move tasks to other queues, postpone tasks and set times and reminders.  See the full list here: http://goo.gl/vY96dq

Thanks to everyone who suggested and supported these improvements on the forum!
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Patrick Schouten's profile photoAaron U'Ren's profile photoStefan Lasiewski's profile photo
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Still one of the best to-do apps there is! 
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Google Tasks Import Tool - BETA TESTERS NEEDED

I've just finished up a tool that will import all of your data from Google Tasks into GQueues.  This is a one-time import to help people transition from Google Tasks over to GQueues.  Full details can be found here:

http://www.gqueues.com/help/export#importGoogleTasks

This tool is currently in beta and I'm looking for about 15 people to help test it out.  If you are interested in testing just reply to this post and I'll activate the tool for your account.
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Thomas J. Lang's profile photoMarc Gastonguay's profile photoGQueues's profile photoCam Ross's profile photo
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Please activate the tool for my account, using trial version of the product to see if I like it. Thank you.
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Search Upgraded

This past weekend I overhauled the search backend in GQueues and you can now take advantage of these improvements:

1. Faster - search results should appear much faster now

2. Support for accents - you can now reliably search for tasks that contain letters with accents and other markings that are common in many non-English languages

3. Saved search auto-load - now saved searches automatically load the first 250 results, all sorted and grouped as desired (previously they would manually load 25 at a time)

4. Repeating tasks - you can now easily find all your repeating tasks by searching for repeats=1
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Good stuff +Cameron Henneke
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Android Update Coming Soon - Beta Testers Needed

New features are being added to the GQueues Android app including a widget to view your tasks at a glance, a DashClock extension, Google Now integration, simplified login and lots of bug fixes!

I'm looking for a handful of folks to help test out the new functionality in the beta version before it goes public.  If you are interested in helping out and have a paid GQueues subscription just comment on this post and I'll send you details to get started.
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Emiliano Heyns's profile photoBert Webb's profile photoDésiré BANSE's profile photoGQueues's profile photo
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Count me in!
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Read how the upgrade to Google Calendar integration is making your queues load faster...
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I've created a Dashclock widget today for GQueues. I've made a post on it in the support forum.
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ENHANCEMENTS
Last Friday I pushed out a number of small improvements to GQueues that people have been requesting on the forum for awhile now. Below is the full list.  Another batch is coming at the end of this week!

1.  You can now print all queues without page breaks
http://goo.gl/WiwQOO

2. You can now expand / collapse all categories in My Queues and Friend Queues
http://goo.gl/jOkkuv

3. Clicking anywhere on a category name will now expand the category (instead of having to click the tiny arrow)
http://goo.gl/jOkkuv

4. You can now export individual shared queues

5. You can now set whether or not the sender's email address is added to the task notes when a task is created via email
http://goo.gl/NHQzR0

6. You can now email a task directly to a specific queue by including the queue name as part of the email address
http://goo.gl/T09gFE
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Please make a setting for 24 time format as we use in Europe.
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Here I've outlined the top three "hacks" that have provided the largest gains in productivity for me over the past several years.
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Great tips, thanks
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ENHANCEMENT: When setting up a Smart Queue or using Advanced Search you can now choose to include tasks from specific queues shared with you (instead of just your own).  Check out the images below as examples:
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Good!  Signing up!
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A full-featured task manager for your Google Account™ and Google Apps™ account!
Introduction
In December 2008, grasped by a sudden desire to take control of my life, I decided that it was time to get organized. In a big way.

I set out to find an online task manager that was powerful enough to help me stay organized, yet simple enough to not slow me down. Most tools I tried either had too many features that were not intuitive, or lacked the functionality I needed to stay on track.

So I decided I would build a new online task manager with two guiding principles:

  1. The app would integrate with existing Google products whenever possible, taking advantage of tools I already used and knew quite well.

  2. The app must be really easy to use - every feature must be simple and intuitive.

Since the initial launch in January 2009 GQueues has grown as a product based on feedback from the community of GQueues users. With every new feature added though, I strive to make the app more powerful while still remaining simple. Most importantly, I believe listening to users will always keep GQueues moving in the right direction.