Google has revealed that its Tasks app will graduate to turn into a G Suite core service on June 28.
Google Tasks, if you happen to recall, has existed in one thing of an odd place for years, serving as a to-do record utility inside Gmail and with out a lot in the best way of updates or expansions. But again in April, alongside the major Gmail upgrade, Google lastly introduced that Tasks was to turn into a first-class citizen inside its broader product lineup.
This means that there’s now a devoted Tasks cellular app. But greater than that, Tasks was built-in into G Suite, which means you’ll be able to create a to-do record merchandise by dragging an e mail over from Gmail, with occasion due dates routinely added to Calendar, for instance.
Given that Tasks was already obtainable to all G Suite customers, giving it “core service” standing inside the enterprise software program product suite gained’t change all that a lot on the floor. But it does imply that Tasks is now being given equal standing alongside the likes of Docs, Drive, Keep, and Gmail, which implies that it’ll obtain the identical stage of consideration as its long-established G Suite counterparts.
“As a G Suite core service, Tasks will be covered under your existing G Suite agreement and will offer the same technical support and service level commitments as any other core service,” the corporate stated in a blog post.
Also, as a result of Tasks was already obtainable to G Suite customers as a characteristic, it is going to be activated by default for all clients. This might be deactivated by way of the same old admin controls.