Google has huge apps and services, and many of them blend perfectly together. But what’s puzzling is that Google’s apps tend to be isolated and shut down as soon as the number of active users falls. But that has improved recently, with Google starting to connect multiple productivity apps, and the dismantling of APK found that Google is about to integrate Google Tasks into The Google Calendar app on Android.
In fact, Google Tasks is a relatively old app that exists for the same time as Google Calendar. Last April, Google launched a standalone app for Google Tasks. Since then, users have been asking for seamless integration of Tasks in Google Calendar.
Mishaal Rahman from XDA Forum managed to manually enable the new Google Tasks integration in Google Calendar’s 2019.47.2-28453606 version. As the screenshot shows, the new app now adds a new Task button that lets you add tasks as quickly as you add a reminder or goal. All you need to do is click the new task button, select a date, select your task, and choose whether you want to repeat the task.
The tasks you add edgy in the Google Calendar app are the same as reminders in Calendar View. To help you easily distinguish between tasks and other calendar items, the app also allows you to select different accent colors for tasks and set different notification sounds. Google Task notifications look like any other notification sending from Google Calendar, and you can easily turn them off with a click to Finish.