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Google Calendar Adds Tasks!

Google innovation continues to add more features to Google Apps, the premier software as a service based suite of messaging and collaboration applications that offers organizations powerful productivity tools.

Google has recently added tasks to Google Calendar, after previously introducing the function as a Gmail Labs  feature. Tasks will appear in the Tasks Gadget on the right side of your calendar grid.  Using this feature, you can now assign due dates to your tasks that will appear on the “All Day” event section of Google Calendar.

You can create tasks either by clicking on an empty space in the “All Day” section or in Month view and then choose the task option.  You can manage your tasks in the Tasks Gadget on the right side of your calendar.  To mark a task as complete from within Calendar click on the checkbox next to the task.  For more instructions on using tasks please click here.

Whether your business is moving everything to the cloud, just wants an affordable email solution or struggles to give employees access to critical information, Google Apps will help you stretch resources and work smarter. SADA has a demonstrated track record and competency in the implementation and customization of Google Apps. Give us a call today at 866.997.0000 or visit us at http://www.sadasystems.com/services-and-solutions/google-apps.

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