We’ve talked to users who once used Google Tasks but stopped because they need additional features like repeating tasks or delegation. Today, we want to share with you something that we’ve been working hard on — the Astrid Gmail integration for Chrome browser.
People all over the world are using Astrid, but we know that Astrid doesn’t speak everyone’s language fluently. This is where you come in!
Maybe you work with an assistant or manage a team, so you would like to create a list that automatically assigns tasks to others whenever you add items. We’ve implemented a method for Astrid Premium users to more easily delegate and organize for their teams. Here’s how you do it.
We’ve been getting requests for ordering Astrid Premium for a whole team. The Premium account page has been updated to make this a simple process. Once people are on your team, their names will autofill whenever you start typing in the Who field of tasks for frictionless teamwork.
Astrid Premium is great for those who want to take their organizing to the next level. Here are some video guides to help you get the most out of Astrid Premium. We’ll keep adding to this post as we create more videos. Astrid Premium Overview Folders Progress Charts Multi-select and [...]
We’re happy to announce drag and drop ordering as well as subtasks on the web, two features that many of our users have been asking for. These features now sync to Android, with iOS support to follow.
San Francisco, CA, Oct 31, 2012 – Productivity and reminders app Astrid announced their Remind Me button and WordPress plugin today. Bloggers use these tools to help their readers implement the advice from their blogs.
Many of our users love being able to sync their Astrid tasks across their phone, tablet, and the web. However, Astrid on the web can’t show you reminders if you’re sitting at your desk. The Astrid Chrome app solves this problem.
We’ve been talking to our users about how Astrid can be a better part of their workflow, whether using Astrid personally or with a group. Today we’re happy to share three new features on Astrid.com that can help you be more productive.
When I log in to the website, a task immediately loads in a pop-up. What’s going on? This typically occurs if a user has accidentally created their browser’s Astrid bookmark while viewing a task or list. Check your Favorites/Bookmarks to make sure that the Astrid shortcut links to www.astrid.com (and [...]