Google Keep already allows you to create subtasks, we tell you how

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    Subtask

    implementation notes Google Keep premiered in its latest version, one of the advantages that had the to-do list app Google Tasks: the subtasks.

    After several years of waiting, finally we can create subtasks in Google Keep, or have multiple lists in a single note. If you want to know how to create subtasks continue reading.

    Sub-tasks in Google Keep

    When you’re creating a list now you will see at the left side of the check box, a slider. To create subtasks so you will only have to swipe to the right a task. To stop creating subtasks you’ll need to swipe to the left on the task.

    List Keep

    In this way we can add the set of actions (subtasks) that we need to perform to complete the task. Once all the subtasks are marked the main task is also marked as completed. Or if we hit all of the subtasks by selecting the task master has already marked all of its subtasks.

    Subtasks

    it Also allows us to have multiple shopping lists into a single note and not have to create several notes.

    Via | AP
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    Xataka Android

    Google Keep already allows you to create subtasks, we tell you how
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    June 9, 2018

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