What do you like best?
I searched far and wide for a personal task management app. I had a couple of requirements:
* Customizable to changing workflows. As I've evolved over the years, Gqueues has allowed me to completely revamp my task workflow. It doesn't force me into a particular flow (important).
* Multiple levels of subtasks. Important for complex tasks.
* Reminders. Tasks have deadlines and I want to those deadlines tracked.
* Mobile integration. A must. I needed to be able to manage my tasks from my phone and get reminders on it. For time sensitive items, I didn't want to risk not completing a task because I failed to boot my computer. Mobile integration was really important.
* Tagging and smart filtration system. I need to be able to create my own workflows by tagging tasks and then being able to filter through those using queries (which the smart queues allow me to do.)
What do you dislike?
* No time tracking.
* Publishing currently only allows for publishing of static queues. I would like to be able to publish smart queues.
* can't select multiple tasks at once to move folders / queues.
Recommendations to others considering the product
For the price, I don't think there's anything out there that really can compete with Gqueues.
Seriously, find me an app that allows for the features that Gqueues has at the price. Multiple levels of subtasks with reminders, customizable workflow, mobile integration, smart queues, tasks, hotkey navigation, so on and so forth.... there's just nothing out there quite like it.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I have used Gqueues in different environments and capacities:
* Research lab manager
* Data analyst.
* General home environment.
* Small business.
I think the biggest benefit Gqueues has given me is the ability for two things:
1. When I put a task in Gqueues, my brain literally forgets that thing. This is because my brain trusts the system I have setup in Gqueues - it's become and extension of my brain. What a blessing to be able to free one's mind up for creative work.
2. Being able to focus on one thing. Because the trusted system is **trusted**, the mind is able to rest at ease knowing everything will get done when appropriate. Again, this is using GTD methodology. Being able to focus on one thing and get that thing done greatly increases productivity.