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Sync with Google tasks

I suggest you make a way to import google tasks from the web and replicate back, so we can keep track on the move, or just export a list to google tasks

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  • Alessandro D'lncal commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    SyncML feature is not present in Linux since kernel 2.6. Instead you could use sync-evolution which implements SyncML. I hope this feature will come soon. You could sync Thunderbird (Lightning), nextcloud/owncloud and many other apps of smart phones. I read some old post in which it was presented the possibility to sync Taskcoach by using SyncML (or better pysyncml) under Linux with the application Meetoo.

  • Michael commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Why is this the best solution for mobility? I would suggest that users consider a full-featured (and paid) mobile app as a better, though more intensive, solution. Imagine having many if not all of the features of the desktop in a paid app. I certainly would pay for it. For instance, if you are out on a job and you need to track effort, can you do that with google tasks? Nope. Not sure why this feature is receiving so many votes where there are probably better solutions.

  • AdminAaron Wolf (Admin, Task Coach) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    @plummabokkie Claiming that your tasks are appointments in your calendar is not recommended! That causes people to not recognize the difference between something that only happens at a certain time or something flexible.

    A task is something I could do now or maybe later, up to some deadline. An appointment can't be done early, it's a specific event. They are fundamentally different. GTD and many other approaches strongly discourage mixing these up. Tasks and calendar are not at all the same.

  • plumabokkie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    as we progress in digital age ... I have changed my mind... why seperate tasks and appointments when a separate calander will be more efficient. thus just being able to put tasks into the calander ... as appointment ...in my mind and work flow... is good enough.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Doesn´t Google use CalDav for synchronisation? If CalDav was implemented we could hit two nails with one hammer.

  • gaetane commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am already a huge fan. Being able to sync with my Google Calendar and Tasks would make me the hugerest fan ever. :D

  • Miki commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    sync with google would be very good. there is not really good app for google task, and second, is simplicity and synch over almost all devices. please, let us know if its at least planned/thinked about. ios is nice, but there are people who are living outside of apple world ;) and yes Im happy ;)
    no offense, just cant resist .

  • Anna Peeling commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I have been wanting to use Task Coach for awhile, but with all my data synced with my Google account, it doesn't make sense to start up a new app just for this. I also haven't found a decent desktop app to use for tasks, so if you were to implement this first you'd be my winner.

  • Dafit commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would prefer same functionality as XMarks has, you can use it online and synchronise your home and office computer, mobile device etc, there should be possibility to use it anytime via internet access. It will solve issue of backup too. Good work guys, i like it!

  • KenX commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    NO: Keep TaskCoach simple. Use Google Tasks or use TaskCoach - why synchronize?

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