A while ago, I pointed you to several ways to access Google Tasks.
Google’s super-simple task-management app has been flexible enough (and syncronizingly-smooth enough) for me to douse all other-comers from taking over my task-management flow.
In February, I noted a great way to drop Google Tasks into your Firefox sidebar, something I like a lot as it is a clean, heads-up-display of your tasks though the day, and with a widescreen monitor, it stays out of the way.
Drag this link to your bookmark-bar (or right-click and copy the link URL and add the bookmark manually) to save:
The author’s description:
A simple modification of Google Chrome Dual View from Chrome Blog allows you to view your Google Tasks as you browse without having to manually input the address each time. A perfect little mod if you want to start ploughing through those to do lists and ticking them off on the go. Just copy and paste the following as a bookmark:
fwiw, here is the code:
Here is a screenshot the author provided:
As an alternative, HowToGeek has a chrome extension they link to that provides a small pop-up window in Chrome for your tasks.