If you use Google products, then you have likely seen both Google Reminders and Google Tasks. While they are not precisely standalone applications themselves, they are integrated with other Google Services such as Gmail and Google Calendar. It is undoubtedly confusing to know when reminders and when to use tasks.
In this article, I’ll cover:
How to access Google Reminders
How to access Google Tasks
Differences between Google Reminders and Google Tasks in regards to functionality, where they are accessed, and where they can be created.
How Google Calendar handles Reminders vs. Tasks
The ability to import Google Reminders into Google Tasks
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