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Posted by taskcade
Mar 15, 2023 at 07:01 PM


Hi everyone ߑ‹

Taskade AI had landed on mobile! Whether you’re on-the-go or at your desk, you can use the power of AI to write, organize, and collaborate our web, mobile, and desktop apps.

Get it now on iOS & Android. ߚ€ https://taskade.com/downloads
Learn more on the update. https://www.taskade.com/blog/taskade-ai-mobile/

ߤ– Taskade AI for Mobile

Generate task lists, notes, and outlines in your project with just a few taps. Taskade AI will help you brainstorm new ideas, answer questions, and summarize content in seconds!

Here’s how it works:

Open a project in iOS or Android and tap the ߤ– robot icon in the keyboard toolbar. From there, choose one of the AI commands to take your productivity to the next level:

Ask – Get instant answers to your questions.
Outline – Generate a structured list on any topic.
Expand – Make your content more descriptive and engaging.
Rewrite – Improve the legibility and clarity of your writing.
Summarize – Turn lengthy notes and tasks into a concise summary.

✍️ Taskade AI for Tablets

Supercharge your Taskade workflow on iPad & Android tablets with AI. Discover our ChatGPT-powered assistant and get more done.

⚡️ Quick Add on Mobile

We’ve upgraded our mobile Quick Add. You now easily select a target folder, project, and block to add tasks right where you want them to be.

ߎ‰ Other Mobile Improvements

New: Folder permissions for teams are now available on mobile
Improved keyboard enter logic when creating new tasks
Improved keyboard toolbar for all devices
Improved multi-select tasks behavior
Fixed: Hardware keyboard support
Fixed: Pasting text and links into projects
Fixed: Unread badge and label colors
Fixed: Collaborators can now use templates
Fixed: Shared with me and Recent projects page
Various bug fixes and performance improvements

Have any questions? Visit our Help Center or let us know. ߘŠ

— Team Taskade ߐ‘



Posted by MacSE
Mar 22, 2023 at 10:23 AM


Sorry to be blunt but I don’t think these multiple posts about Taskade -even though they inform us - fit the purpose of this forum.


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Mar 22, 2023 at 11:54 AM


For my part I am fine with these updates. They only take a single dedicated thread; if I’m not interested in this particular software, I can easily ignore them.

A practical benefit of developers replicating here their progress on new features (again, ideally in a single thread) is that it reinforces the reference value of the forum. For example, a search for “comments notes tasks” would ideally bring up some tools that provide all those three. From a quick look this seems indeed to work.

Bug fixes and the like may be of less interest than new features, but I understand that filtering such announcements before posting is an additional burden for the contributors, so I can live with them.

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
Speaking for myself, I like to see updates on from the developers. And
>John from Taskade has done what we’ve asked of developers, which is to
>just update a single thread, rather than posting a new thread for each
>update. Anyway, that’s my 2 cents.
> >Steve


Posted by satis
Mar 22, 2023 at 02:39 PM


I like these updates. They inform us of updates (like the new, competitive AI-based lists and summaries) without spamming multiple threads.


Posted by Amontillado
Mar 22, 2023 at 02:46 PM


I think MacSE is concerned about spam, and that’s quite valid. In the case of the developers who post here it seems to be more open communication than sales pitch.

If a vendor did a drive-by advertisement, that would be not so good. A vendor who will engage in dialog, that’s nice.

Park me, respectfully, in support of vendors joining the conversation.


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