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  • Has anyone used GQueues?

    I have been looking into software options for GTD. I use Google for email and calendar, but don't like their task tool. I want software that syncs with my iPhone, PC and Google. After searching online, GQueues looks like a good choice for me. Has anyone used this software before?

  • #2
    I have used it - I used it for a couple of months - at least a year ago, if not more. I actually liked it; but then I decided that I wasn't engaging enough with my "stuff" because I could just whack it into a system online almost [I]too[I] quickly...

    But from what I remember, it was pretty intuitive, and I never had any issues with it syncing on my iPhone. It had enough functionality (and some good video tutorials) that you could go as "vanilla" or as customised as you'd want. But I've never used OmniFocus or any of the high-powered, fee-based electronic list managers, so your mileage may vary!


    • #3
      I used Gqueues for quite a while. It is one of the better online list managers. It was a little slower than some and sometimes it would hang a bit before it accepted my change. Ultimately, i returned to OF.


      • #4
        I used it probably longer than I've used any other digital task manager. I love the two way integration with Google calendar which is the best out there, and the keyboard shortcuts and other features are really comprehensively covered. No native mobile apps though which meant I had to reluctantly use another program. I know the developer has started work on an Android app though, so when that's up and running I'll probably take it up like a shot.


        • #5
          If your setup is correct, they should appear in the Reminder's app of your iphone. They will all be together in the "Task" list, but you can create other lists in your iphone which will also be created as a new Task Folder in Outlook. Categories do not seem to work, so you have to manually change your task from lets say At Home to Waiting for. Hope this helps.