What is GQueues?

How GQueues works, what it can do for you, and what makes it different from other task managers.

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Written by Emily Jones
Updated over a week ago

GQueues is a task management app that is specifically designed for the Google Workspace. Offering seamless integration with Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and Google Chrome, plus mobile apps for iOS and Android, you can access your tasks from anywhere and know nothing is falling through the cracks.

How does GQueues work?

A Queue is an ordered list of tasks. The idea behind the Queue is that it forces a person to decide the importance of a task compared to others. When tackling a to-do list, it's helpful to know what is the most important thing to do right now. This concept is at the core of how GQueues works.

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Categories are groups of queues. Expand a category to see the queues inside. Drag a category's name to reorder it.

Categories in the lefthand panel


Queues are prioritized lists of tasks. Click a queue name to show the tasks inside.

Queues in the lefthand panel

The tasks for the active queue are shown in the center of the screen.

Active tasks for the current queue


Tasks are listed in order of priority in a queue. Drag a task to change its priority order.

Tasks for the current queue

What sets GQueues apart?

Unlike other task management apps, GQueues is built specifically with the Google user in mind. In addition to seamless integration with core Google Workspace products, GQueues offers a simple user interface so you can quickly get tasks out of your head and into a trusted system, dedicating more of your mental energy towards the creative, impactful pursuits you care about most.

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