If you’re not familiar with Taskforce, it’s a simple web app (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) that enables you to convert emails into tasks that you can check-off when you have either responded to the email or completed a task that originated from the email itself. After you have converted an email to a task, you can then safely archive or file the email away and just work within your new task. If you wanted to work on your tasks, you had to be in front of your computer. Not any more, as the latest update brings a mobile-friendly site that’s optimized for Android and iOS that lets you take your tasks with you.
With TaskForce mobile, you can complete a number of tasks with your…tasks:
– View all your tasks and tasks that are assigned to you by other TaskForce collaborators (Pro)
– Cross tasks off your list that are automatically filed away according to (Due Today, Active, Completed, Delayed) categories
– Add new tasks and task lists directly from the mobile site that quickly syncs with full browser version
It would have been cool if you could further edit the tasks from the mobile site (set due date, add collaborators, add comments, etc). But for a free and easy to access mobile extension of a full-fledged task utility that works within your Gmail account, I’m not complaining (Works with Google Apps as well – you know I checked).
Like I mentioned earlier, if you’re already using the GTasks app as either a mobile app for Android or the mobile site for iOS and other platforms, you can add two-way sync to TaskForce so get even more options on how you manage your tasks (Pro).
Initially, you get all of these features free for the first 30 days. Since I keep mentioning the Pro account, for 5 bucks a month or $50/year, you get the following features (in addition the features I already mentioned) on both the full web version and mobile site:
– Drag and Drop Prioritization
– Keyboard Shortcuts
– Recurring Tasks
– Priority customer support (cutsies)
– Exclusive access to new features
So if you are already a Power GMail/Google Apps user, you might want to check out both the full-fledged and now mobile version of TaskForce so you can keep track of all your mobile productivity.