A few years ago, I wrote an article on this topic, titled “When I started to use Gmail (the equivalent of Google), I wrote about some of the biggest issues I’ve faced with Gmail (it started with an email account, with a bunch of options, and then changed to another account and started all over again).
When I started to use Gmail, I looked at Gmail, found that it was the most popular email service, and then I changed to it. So I realized that I have a different feeling, and I’m glad I did.
Google has always been more of a Gmail-centric organization. We use Gmail everyday, but also use Google for everything else, making it a lot more interesting. For example, when we’re on a website, we use Gmail as a way of keeping track of all of our email traffic. So when we upload to a website, we’re able to send a bunch of messages to the website, and then we do our actual search.
I have to admit, Gmail has been a bit of a pain in the butt to use, but now that I’ve got it, it works great. I just don’t have time to use it all the time. For instance, when I’m doing research for articles, I like to use Gmail to look at the article in full, then save it as a draft. If I don’t think I’m going to use it that day, then I just save it.
Trello lets you add Google Reader as an attachment and then link to it from any of your posts or pages. Just make sure you have some way to save drafts, too. When you do that, it will automatically send a notification to your gmail account letting you know that you have a draft.
I always use Google Reader. It is one of the most powerful tools I have ever used.
Gmail integration is cool, but the real cool point here is that Trello can sync up to Google Calendar, allowing you to have one calendar view for both Trello and Google Calendar. Which is cool, but also pretty useful.
To make the integration even better, Trello now has its own calendar, which allows you to see your Google Calendar events in Trello. And a new feature lets you schedule things for a day, then have the Trello page update automatically, allowing you to get a quick overview of what’s going on in your house.
This new integration is a great idea since you can now sync Trello with Google Calendar. And now you can have a Trello page automatically update with Google Calendar events.
Of course, there are already lots of integration features that allow you to sync Google, Trello, and Outlook calendars to your Gmail, and even Outlook items to your Trello project. But Trello also lets you easily create events on Trello from the web. And this is what we do at home. We use Trello to keep all of our events in one place. It’s also where we plan out our events. And we use Trello to keep our house plans in one place.