Thursday, September 27, 2012

Google Tasks Tip: Add a Hyperlink to Task Name to Jump To It

Here's a brief tip if you're a Google Tasks user.

I often create a task for myself that involves visiting a specific website, eg: modifying a Salesforce report or reviewing a particular record.

To save myself some time and avoid having to bookmark the link or look for it in my inbox, I add it to the task name.



I used to add it to the Notes field, which is just fine. But, it's not hyperlinked. I had to copy and paste it.

When I append it to the end of the task name, it creates a hyperlink that saves me a few seconds. I can click on it when I click on the task name in my calendar view.



Have a Google Apps tip that saves you time? Feel free to share it in the comments, or reach out on Twitter! Make sure to mention @RatherGeeky and I'll pass along your tip.

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Jenna Baze is a rather geeky girl with average social skills and an affinity for: Google Apps, Salesforce.com, Pinterest, natural light photography and finding creative ways to avoid doing dishes (which includes updating a handful of blogs).
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