GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

GQueues is A Google-Oriented Task Manager [Task Manager]

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By itself, task manager GQueues is pretty handy—a list-oriented task manager with sub-tasks, due dates, assignments, tagging, and other neat features. But its integration with Google sign-in, Calendar, and Google Apps make it more than just another to-do app. More » Google - Search - Search Engines - Google Apps...
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