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End of Quest: Reach Inbox Zero with the New Gmail and Google Tasks

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My perpetual quest for inbox zero may soon be over thanks to the new Gmail upgrades and Google Tasks app!

If you haven’t tried or enabled the new Gmail, you may check out this blog post where we take a deep dive on the new features and how you can enable them.

Google Tasks: What is it?
Tasks is a dedicated to-do list or task list service integrated within the redesigned Gmail for the web and is also available as a standalone mobile app for both Android and iOS.

It’s like a fancier version of Google Keep’s checklist, but with the ability to add notes, deadlines, and subtasks. The best thing about it is that you can create a Task entry from an email and you can create multiple Tasks Lists for better organization!

Project Management Right in your Inbox

Tasks on its own, is a pretty basic to-do list service, but as an integrated Gmail service, it becomes a powerful addition to your Google productivity ecosystem.

If you have been using your inbox as a to-do list, I’m pretty sure you have tr…

4 Things I Love about the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

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Just got the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (a.k.a Windows 10 version 1709) last week. Huzzah!

I've never been the type of person who gets excited about Operating System updates (I only use my computer to access Chrome) but I'm glad I took the time to read the release notes.

Microsoft released some nifty little enhancements that both content creators and regular PC users will love.

1. Use emoji everywhere. No add-on required! 👌😍✨

Express yourself with emoji wherever you want as it is now integrated within the Windows system. Be it in a conversation, a document, a blog post, an email, or even a web search 😎



Simply press the Windows logo key  + period (.) to launch the emoji panel. 

*Caveat: This update applies to English (US) input only and you have to relaunch the emoji panel if you want to use multiple emojis in a single post.
2. Pin Skype contacts in your task bar
Save yourself a few clicks and pin your most important contacts right in your task bar. You can immediately c…

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