Google Keep and Tasks training and help
Keep and Tasks let you make to-do lists, transcribe voice memos, take photos as reminders, and more.Android or iOS
|When to use Tasks and Keep||Keep and Tasks basics||Cheat sheets||Productivity guides||Tips||Help|
|Both Tasks and Keep let you...|
|Choose Tasks if you want to...||Choose Keep if you want to...|
|Add structured information and subtasks||Add unstructured or structured information and subtasks|
|See tasks and lists in a minimalist design||See notes in a poster format|
|Add date and time to tasks or subtasks||Add a date and time as a reminder for the entire note|
|Set up recurring tasks with reminders||Set up recurring or location-based reminders|
|Drag emails to Tasks to create task items||N/A|
|N/A||Drag notes into Google Docs or other tools|
|Organize lists by date or a custom order||Organize lists and notes with color-coding, hashtags, and labels|
|Create tasks and lists for yourself only||Create tasks and notes for yourself or share them with others|
|Add text only to lists||Add text, drawings, web content, and images to comprehensive notes|
|Delete tasks and lists permanently||Delete and undelete notes|
What you'll learn with Keep
- Create and edit notes
- Organize and find notes
- Set reminders
- Share notes
- Archive and delete notes
What you'll learn with Tasks
- Create lists and tasks
- Organize and update tasks
- Complete a task
- Keyboard shortcuts
Need a quick reference for the Keep basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.
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