Yanado

Task management inside Gmail

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Reviews

  • Pros: 

    The android app is the only one of his kind including gmail-like app inside yanado app to be able to create task also when mobile

    Cons: 

    3 weeks using it without problems, so really none.

    Tested many others (handle, sortd, flow-e,...) and related ones like mixmax,... None of them has fulfill the gap I had between emails and tasks like this one

    mlinaje has used this product for one month.
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    Raj EshAccountant
    Pros: 

    1> Best way to track tasks in Gmail

    2> Only app that works with Delegated accounts in Gmail AFAIK

    Cons: 

    None

    Been using this for few months now - improved my productivity - would suggest everyone to give it a try

    Raj Esh has used this product for one month.

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Ivan @ yanado.com@mojsilovic · CEO, Yanado.com
We are following Gmail UX and UI so users don't have to spent time learning the tool that much (we're getting better at it :) ) Feature wise, we would be similar to todoist, but we are trying to integrate task and emails the way Gmail is handing email it self. We integrated with Google calendar so all events and reminders are done through Google calendar. Yanado is like the glue that put's all these Google apps altogether keeping the main UX concept, but making it better and easier to use.
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Andrew Condurache@acondurache · Maker
Clean and quick set up... what differentiates this from todoist.com?
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Ivan @ yanado.com@mojsilovic · CEO, Yanado.com
@acondurache I've replied bellow, missed the reply button :)
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Nathan Sudds@nathansudds · Founder,ActiveLabs & Coach, Coach.me
Reminds me a bit of ActiveInbox (http://activeinboxhq.com) which I've been using for quite a while and can't live without it, uses a similar approach to treating emails as Tasks and integrates with Google Calendar --- although I think your approach is more tying the Emails to Google Tasks where they use the emails themselves as tasks by treating certain labels as Actions (in a GTD fashion). Always curious about new things built on top of Gmail and Google apps, I will check it out -- @mojsilovic are you familiar with ActiveInbox at all? I originally wanted to post it to Product Hunt but it's not "new" by any means and wasn't sure if it really qualified but I think it's definitely valuable. @rrhoover what do you think?
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Ivan @ yanado.com@mojsilovic · CEO, Yanado.com
@NathanSudds Yup, I've checked the ActiveInbox. We don't want to change the way people work. We want them to help by improving what they already love (aka Gmail). ActiveInbox completely change the UX of the Gmail. We tried to build Yanado to look and feel as a part of the Gmail it self. Also, you can work with tasks in Yanado with less actions then in anywhere else. e.g. type "tomorrow at 5 meeting with John" and you'll se the new task as well as the Google calendar event with reminder (sent by Google calendar) - all that one click (enter) away.
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Nathan Sudds@nathansudds · Founder,ActiveLabs & Coach, Coach.me
@mojsilovic Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I don't really see ActiveInbox as fully changing the UX of Gmail -- but I guess maybe since I started using it so long ago it's hard for me to see it with fresh eyes. For me any minor UX changes are adding value that don't get in the way of Gmail, i.e. the Review Bar across the top showing stats on my growing list of tasks/actions reminds me that I need to do some review and the processing buttons that allow me to quickly convert an email to a task without having to use dropdowns for labels make clearing the inbox of new mail much quicker. I'll check out Yanado when I have some time this weekend maybe to get a better idea of how it works too -- thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.
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Ivan @ yanado.com@mojsilovic · CEO, Yanado.com
@NathanSudds Sounds good, let me know what you think, feedback is more valuable than gold right now :)