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Google Tasks may not be as feature-rich as some other to-do list apps, but it’s still a great option for a simple task tracker. Tasks with specific dates already appear in the desktop version of Google Calendar, but the feature is only now officially coming to mobile.
Google Calendar began testing the integration of Tasks in its Android and iOS apps back in June of this year, or the wider rollout began in September google has now officially announced the change, saying it should arrive on all devices within the next two weeks adding task’s to your calendar keeps tasks visible or allocates time for you to complete them, helping you accomplish what’s important,” the company said in a blog post.
When this feature is enabled, tasks from Google Tasks with associated dates appear next to calendar events. You can also create new tasks directly from the Calendar app, so if you don’t want features like a home screen widget, you might not need a dedicated Tasks app installed at the same time.
The new feature doesn’t seem to be tied to a specific version of Google Calendar, as the last update was v2020.38.3 on September 29. You’ll probably have to wait for the server-side rollout to get to you.