This article explains how to add a task to Google Calendar on the web, Android, and iOS versions of Google Tasks, Gmail, and Google Calendar and manage task lists.
How to Add a Task From Calendar on a Computer
Open Google Calendar, preferably with the Chrome internet browser, and log in if prompted.
Click the Tasks icon in the best panel.
If you don’t see the Tasks icon however do see Reminders, select the menu to the right of Reminders and pick Switch to Tasks
Select Add a task.
Enter a description of the task.
Work With Your To-Do List
Handling Google Tasks is simple. Choose a date in the task’s properties to include it to your Google Calendar. To reorder the tasks in the list, drag them up or down. When a job is complete, put a check in the circle to the left of it to mark it completed.
To edit a Google Task, choose Edit information (the pencil icon). Here you can add a description, date and time, subtasks, or move the task to a various list.
Make Multiple Task Lists
To keep an eye on different jobs or ones within separate tasks, create numerous job lists in Google Calendar to organize them. Select the arrow next to the list name at the top of the Tasks window, then select Create new list. Switch in between your different Google Tasks notes from this menu.
Move Tasks to Another List
If you alter your mind about where a job belongs, move it from one list to another. To move a job into another list, highlight it and press Shift+ Enter, or click the pencil icon next to its name. Select the list name and pick the new list you want to move it to from the drop-down menu.
Add Google Tasks From Your Android or iOS Device
Finishing tasks while on the go is vital. Google developed an app for Google Tasks, so the tool is accessible on iOS and Android gadgets. It synchronizes with existing to-do lists instantly if you’re signed in to a Google account.
Adding jobs on a mobile gadget works similarly to including tasks through Google Calendar. Tap the job to add subtasks or add a due date or description.