About APK Insight: In this ‘APK Insight’ submit, we’ve decompiled the newest model of an utility that Google uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these recordsdata (referred to as APKs, within the case of Android apps), we’re in a position to see varied strains of code inside that trace at attainable future options. Keep in thoughts that Google might or might not ever ship these options, and our interpretation of what they’re could also be imperfect. We’ll attempt to allow these which are nearer to being completed, nonetheless, to indicate you the way they’ll look within the case that they do ship. With that in thoughts, learn on.
Google Calendar 6.0.42 for Android as we speak options two units of stings that immediately reference a “task.” On the online, solely duties with due dates seem in the principle Google Calendar views (day, week, month, and many others.)
The first is about eradicating objects, and the second throws up an error when attempting to “delete a task with subtasks.” Unlike on Calendar for internet, the latter isn’t attainable contained in the Android consumer. Users are directed to the complete Tasks app to handle.
Delete this job?
”Can’t delete a job with subtasks”
This job has subtasks. Use the Tasks app to delete it and its subtasks.
Development on this Tasks integration has been underway since not less than model 6.0.38 of Calendar final month. That earlier launch detailed primary performance like marking full/incomplete, in addition to a shortcut to “View in Tasks.”
Task marked incomplete.
View in Tasks
The identical limitation to subtasks is current when marking full:
This job has subtasks. Use the Tasks app to finish it and its subtasks.
”Can’t full a job with subtasks”
Compared to the online, Google’s Android and iOS apps have been gradual to combine Tasks. Gmail only added an “Add to Tasks” shortcut in emails this May, whereas the facet panel allowed for Tasks integration with the brand new internet Gmail on day one.
As of Google Calendar 6.0.42 as we speak, the Tasks integration isn’t but stay on Android. It will seemingly be enabled by a server-side replace when prepared.