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The innovative to-do app Any.DO has launched a new feature, which conveniently integrates right into Gmail. This new Gmail integration lets you add tasks to Any.DO directly from your emails, eliminating the annoying habit of leaving a pile of unread messages with tasks to do later. Considering the increasing amount of users who use email as a means to receive and remember tasks, this feature could prove very useful, especially if you already use Any.DO.

Any.DO Get Your To-Do List Done In Style With Any.DO For Android Get Your To-Do List Done In Style With Any.DO For Android To-do lists are not necessarily the most exciting applications ever, and the UI for most Android apps is often on the bland side. That’s the starting point for Any.DO, and it takes these two dull... Read More made a splash last year when it first launched for Android, and followed a few months later with its iPhone and Chrome apps To-Do List App Any.Do Comes To iPhone & Chrome [Updates] To-Do List App Any.Do Comes To iPhone & Chrome [Updates] Any.Do, the popular to-do list Android app, has just launched two exciting new additions to its arsenal. The first is the long awaited iPhone app, which brings the app’s simplicity to iOS, and the second... Read More . It’s this Chrome extension that now also includes the new Gmail integration. After installing the Any.DO extension, you’ll find a new “Remind Me” button every time you open a new email in Gmail. The add-on automatically uses the email’s subject line, and lets you set a due date and time for the new task.

This in itself is nothing brilliantly new, but for Any.DO users, this could be a real game changer, as the tasks you add from Gmail are automatically added to your Any.DO to-do list, which you can access from your mobile device. Since you’ve probably been adding tasks from emails to your list as it is, this can be a huge time-saver. In addition, you can also email tasks to yourself by emailing, and these will also be automatically added to your to-do list.

If you haven’t tried Any.DO yet, you can download it for free for Android [2.2+] or for iPhone/iPod Touch. Any.DO is also available as a Web app. What so you think of the new feature? Will it be useful for you?

Source: Any.DO

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  1. Douglas Mutay
    November 5, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Is this app make any difference compare to what gogle is already offering? doubt that. Maybe people that are already using it will be glad to have it integrated inside gmail but for other who already use google task feature, it's just useless...just my opinion.

    • Yaara Lancet
      November 5, 2012 at 5:59 pm

      Well, it's free, so you can give it a spin and see what you think for yourself. Personally, I don't really like Google tasks, so this is a nice alternative.

    • Emil
      November 6, 2012 at 12:06 am

      The interface of google tasks is a bit dated, but that's not that important, I guess. They key to is it's cross platform: iOS, Android, Chrome, Gmail, Web. Adding tasks by voice using like 10-15 language. The voice recognition feels more accurate than anything i've used (I have an accent).
      The UI is very clean and simple--less is more. It's easily a top 10 app/game on iOS and that is a high standard.

      Not a sale pitch here :) Free app.

      • Yaara Lancet
        November 7, 2012 at 6:15 am

        Thanks for taking the time to write this, Emil. I've used Any.DO for a bit, but I've never been really big on to-do lists in general, so I couldn't be so specific about why it's better. Thanks!

  2. Boni Oloff
    November 3, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    I love to use google tasks, since it is simple.
    But looks like have more features, but i just need a simple todo list like google tasks.

    • Anonymous
      November 4, 2012 at 2:31 pm is simple, isn't it The big advantage is the look and feel on all devices. I used to use Toodledo great tool but hard to handle. I'd love to have a tool with the features of Toodledo and the look and feel of 4 free ;)

  3. josemon maliakal
    November 3, 2012 at 1:37 am

    That's a good one ..a scheduler is really necessary one ..

  4. Alex Perkins
    November 2, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    Awesome integration with Gmail.

  5. Efi Dreyshner
    November 2, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Wonderful app.
    And now with the Gmail Integration, it will be evet better (:

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