Google Tasks is a to do list that makes it easy to plan your day and stay organized. It helps you keep track of the tasks that matter most to you—at work, at home, and everywhere in between.
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Triggers when a task is completed in a specific task list.
Triggers when a new task is added or updated old task.
Triggers when a new task list is created.
Triggers when a user submits to your form.
Creates a new task.
Creates a new task list.
Update an existing task.
Google Tasks is the current way of managing our tasks. We can create multiple lists with different categories and sort them based on priority, time, etc. This is very helpful when we have a lot of tasks to do and need to prioritize them. It also helps us to keep track of everything and not miss any deadlines.
Basin is an application that will be released soon. It will be available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Basin allows us to manage our tasks in a different way. It also integrates with Google Tasks in order to provide more functionality.
In this section, we will look at a few ways how Google Tasks and Basin can be integrated on an OS level. First of all, we will see a few screenshots from the Android version of Basin. Then, we will see how the Windows 10 version of Basin works.
As you can see, the main section of the app is called My Tasks. It is divided into two tabs - Today and Next 7 Days. In the Today tab, there are only tasks that need to be done today. The Next 7 Days tab shows all tasks that need to be done in a week, in an order that they should be done. You can add your tasks by typing or using the built-in voice recognition system. There are also two buttons - Add task and Archive task.
When you set up your task, you can choose whether it should appear in your Today list or the Next 7 Days list. If you choose Today, it will show up in the Today tab. If you choose Next 7 Days, it will show up in the Next 7 Days tab.
Another important section is called My Lists. This section shows all of the lists that you have created so far. You can add new lists here as well. Each list contains tasks that belong to it. When you tap on a list, you will see all of its tasks. The difference between this section and the My Tasks section is that the My Tasks section contains actual tasks that need to be done (regardless of whether they are part of a list or not), while the My Lists section contains lists with their tasks (including tasks that are not part of another list.
The settings section contains some general settings like sound options, screen rotation, etc., as well as some other important settings like the option to connect to an online storage service like Dropbox or Google Drive in order to sync your tasks between different devices. You can also choose which Google account that you want to sync your tasks with. You can specify whether you want your tasks to appear in Google Calendar and Google Keep as well. There is also a section where you can learn more about how to use Basin and how it works.
The Windows 10 version of Basin works basically the same as the Android version, with some minor differences due to hardware limitations (for example, it cannot use voice commands. All of the sections mentioned above are present in this version as well (My Tasks, My Lists, etc.. However, there are some changes in the interface - for example, there is a button that allows us to go back one month instead of one week, since Windows can display two months on one screen (unlike Android. Another difference is that we can pin our favourite lists to the Start menu if we want to access them quickly.
Overall, both versions of Basin work pretty much the same way - they allow us to manage our tasks more effectively than Google Tasks does and more conveniently than To-Do List apps do.
This article was supposed to be about how Google Tasks and Basin could be integrated on an OS level - we got a few ideas from each of them and combined them together to make something new and better. We hope this article has been helpful to you!
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