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What is GQueues?

GQQueues is a project management solution with features such as task management, calendar management, and smart filtering.

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What is GQueues?

GQueues is a collaborative task manager for teams running on Google Workspace.

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GQueues - Collaborative Task Management for Google Workspace
This tutorial introduces GQueues’ core features to help keep users and their teams organized and on track.

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GQueues Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android

Frequently Asked Questions

GQQueues is a project management solution with features such as task management, calendar management, and smart filtering.

GQueues starts at $3.

Todoist, Asana, and Trello are common alternatives for GQueues.

The most common users of GQueues are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).
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GQueues has been widely praised by users for its longevity and consistent improvements, making it a reliable task management program. Users from various domains highly value GQueues for efficiently managing their schedules on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis. With the ability to create and manage multiple queues, long-time users have found that GQueues meets all their needs for client/job tracking, historical task tracking, and simple life lists.

Individuals juggling multiple projects have found GQueues to be a systematic and effective solution for tracking and managing tasks, thanks to features like tagging and customized task lists. Customers have expressed satisfaction with the functionality and value of GQueues, finding it to be a great tool at an affordable price. It is extensively used in team settings, allowing for better task, issue, and priority management, ensuring everyone is on the same page. The ability to assign tasks, track their completion, and ensure that everything is getting done has proven invaluable even when team members are absent. In addition, GQueues enables task assignment and sharing even with non-subscribers.

Furthermore, GQueues has proven to be a solution for prioritization issues by providing color-coded calendars and smart queues that allow users to visualize their workload, allocate time appropriately, and identify time-consuming projects. Some users have expressed the need for a clearer view of their monthly post-subscription usage to better evaluate the software's cost-effectiveness. Nevertheless, GQueues has garnered high praise for its intelligent and functional design, making it a top choice for both individual and team use. It has helped individuals stay organized across various domains – from small businesses managing accounting tasks to research labs conducting data analysis – and aided managers in coordinating and collaborating effectively with team members. Overall, GQueues serves as an essential tool in organizing tasks, providing insights into priorities, facilitating collaboration, and improving productivity across different environments.

Users have provided valuable recommendations for GQueues based on their experiences. One suggestion is to take advantage of the available training tutorial videos to learn about the additional features of GQueues. Additionally, users recommend trying GQueues if you use Gmail and Google Calendar as it seamlessly integrates with these platforms. Lastly, users suggest getting your team on Google Apps to streamline the use of GQueues, highlighting its compatibility with this suite of tools. These insights can help individuals and teams optimize their task management workflows.

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Score 1 out of 10
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Verified User
A terrific task manager with one terrible flaw. I use it to manage my personal workload and prioritize, prioritize and prioritize. I don't use a group version because that would create a lot of complexity, would have to be integrated in our IT solutions.
  • Prioritizing tasks and reordering priorities
  • numbering tasks so you immediately know how many tasks there are.
  • allowing categories of tasks.
  • easily modifiable and flexible.
  • integrated with IOS, so synched with laptop, ipad and iphone.
until it has Apple Watch functionality it cannot be strongly recommended. Once it does, it will vault to the top.
  • My organization does not use it. I use it but can't get it on Enterprise level as it would require integration with IT infrastructure. We are on Ms Teams.
  • It has had a hugely positive impact on my productivity. If only it had Apple Watch functionality.
Does not have ability to number the lists.
Dawn Carey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Everyone in our company is using Gqueues. We use Gqueues to track our weekly/monthly/quarterly/annual client tasks that need to be completed. We assign the necessary task to the person handling that client or task. It has made things much more organized in our office.
  • Handling recurring tasks.
  • Assigning tasks.
  • I would like to be able to put a priority on the task - without having to create a Tag.
  • I would like to be able to have a Tag that others don't use or see.
I have recommended it and I will continue to do so. I think it is great for our industry and it is very affordable.
  • Our task are completed on or before the due date.
  • Tasks don't slip through the cracks.
It was easier for me to set up & assign, just worked better for what I was looking for.
They are very responsive via email.
Olin Wilson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Used primarily to organize tasks I have underway for my homebuilder clients, and also for organizing my administrative tasks.
  • Email integration including file attachments
  • Integration with Google Calendar
  • Multiple ways to organize and report on tasks
  • Excellent iOS app
  • Needs more display options, e.g. display tasks in "card" format
  • Screen format is a bit dated.
  • Awkward to use when window is maximized.
Well-suited for task management with integration into Google Calendar and email.
  • Good value. I've been able to set it up to do what I need to do at a much lower cost than some of the more sophisticated tools available.
Online documentation is adequate.
Kristen Houston | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use Gqueues to manage my team's tasks. It works really well for one time and repeatable tasks that need to be completed across many time horizons. Employees can view what needs to be done either in the program or linked to their Google calendars, and managers can immediately see when things are completed.
  • Real time task management
  • Notifications to employees for new tasks and back to managers when complete
  • Linking to Google calendars
  • The program times out fairly quickly so when you go back to it later in the day you have to sign in again.
Gueues is a task manager and does a really great job of this. You can color code, sort, assign and manage the tasks in a lot of different ways to suit your needs. If you have a large, complex project you may need a larger project management tool but for discreet one time or repeatable tasks, this is a great product. It links well to google suite for better efficiency.
  • A very small investment for a great task tracking tool,
  • Increased efficiency since managers can see what tasks are completed and what seems blocked and needs assistance.
We have tried some other task management tools such as Producteev. This one is very intuitive and just does what you need it to do and does it well.
Karen Mellendorf | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use Ggueues personally as well as in my role as a nonprofit leader, operations manager, and volunteer.
  • Simple visual design that incorporates color without overwhelming
  • Ability to move tasks to various lists without a lot of hassle
  • Provides a choice of reminders, when needed
  • Integrates smoothly into Google calendar
  • Subtasks help organize longer lists
  • Notes are very useful for more detail within each task
  • Sharing with a non-Gqueues user can be frustrating
  • Archiving an entire queue for resurrection later if for an annual event
  • Occasionally hiccups when syncing between mobile app and pc
GQueues ties in very nicely with the principles outlined in David Allen's "Getting Things Done" so if you're a fan, give GQueues a try.

I use GQueues both personally and professionally to help keep things in order. I find it easy to modify how I use this service when my needs change. I also use GQueues to keep track of future ideas, websites and books to be read someday and overall goals. It is very customizable to what you need.
  • GQueues makes it easy for me to track next steps to avoid missing deadlines
Our small leadership team tried to use Wrike for a while but I moved back to GQueues after a 3 month trial period. I found the lack of keyboard shortcuts in Wrike made it cumbersome to use.

I like the simplicity and use of color in GQueues.
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