Properly organize our tasks and projects are key to improving our productivity initiatives so that continue to appear initiatives to help us with it. Which we present in this article it is called Yanado and offers the ability to manage our tasks and projects from Gmail.
Yanado is based on the following hypothesis: why waste time passing information from Gmail to our project management tool if it can do everything from Gmail? The reasoning seems valid but we believe that it does not adapt to the way of working around the world but can have many people whose tasks revolve mainly around mail to which this form of work is especially useful.
What does Yanado offer us? Basically a friendly interface within Gmail from which we can manage projects tasks and subtasks, see who is working on each project, create tasks quickly from the emails that we receive, add emails to tasks so that it is a tracking of all mail related to each task, set end dates of tasks, set alarms reminding us work to do and see the job status visually.
In the display part Yanado sufficiently close to another tool such as Trello as it allows defining columns by projects or by other factors such as pending work in progress or completed.
You can try Yanado for free with license for a single user. The application has has “Startup”, “Premium” and “Enterprise” plans with different features and prices that start at $6 per month.