Browser extension that puts your Google Tasks in a sidebar in Gmail.
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  Reduce padding in the chat widget, when using the right-side chat labs addon.
  Fix issues with the account popup being placed under the task list, because of the multiple-inbox fixes.
  Extra layout fixes for the fullscreen and small compose dialogs and the task list z-index. Fixes #23
  Fix z-index layout issues when using the Multiple Inboxes labs feature.
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RightTasks for Chrome

RightTasks for Firefox

RightTasks for Opera

RightTasks is a browser extension that puts your Google Tasks in a sidebar in Gmail, like in Google Calendar.

This is especially useful if you keep Gmail open and want to see your tasks at all times.

You can use all the features available in the official tasks widget, such as:

  • "Create a task based on the open message", which you can use from the "More > Add to Tasks" menu or with the "SHIFT + T" keyboard shortcut while viewing an email
  • The "G then K" keyboard shortcut, which shifts the cursor from Gmail to Tasks.

Development

  • To run the extension in Chrome, load the /extension folder as an unpacked extension.

  • To run the extension in Firefox install jpm with npm install jpm -g, then run jpm run in the /extension folder.

Build

  • To build the extension for Chrome just pack the contents of the /extension folder as a zip file. Exclude the package.json file, because it's Firefox specific.

  • To build the extension for Firefox, run jpm xpi in the /extension folder.

Contributors

License

RightTasks is free software under the GPLv3. For more information, see https://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html or the accompanying LICENSE file.