I'm looking for an Android calendar app with specific functionality when it comes to creating and marking off tasks. In short, I want to be able to create a task and have it repeat each day or weekly (and preferably still allow me to mark the task as complete each day or week). This is to facilitate making and meeting daily and weekly goals. Does such an app exist? What is it called? [more inside]
posted by wansac
on Oct 15, 2013 -
Trying to find an Outlook solution that will permit users to only have to update one calendar and then to have various audiences in the office see only the entries relevant to that audience. [more inside]
posted by lassie
on Sep 5, 2013 -
What are good (ideally free) web based tools for building a Calendar and also an Announcements/Events Board? And can these tools produce content that I can embed in a web page? Ideally I'm looking for two features, so it doesn't have to be the same product:
1) Ability to post announcements. Ideally like the List feature in SharePoint, where you can post announcements to a list and set a timeframe for it to start appearing and then an end date for it to stop appearing.
2) A calendar. We already have a Google Calendar account, but it can't hurt to see what else is available. [more inside]
posted by gov_moonbeam
on Aug 19, 2013 -
I had a random childhood recollection pop into my head recently that I haven't found the answer to. I was in the Girl Scouts for a few years in the early 90s. In addition to the cookie sale, we sold wall size and pocket size calendars as a fundraiser. When did GS stop doing the calendar fundraiser? I was in the Colonial Coast Council if it's relevant.
posted by bluesapphires
on Jul 20, 2013 -
I hate Anytime Organizer because it's ugly and clunky, but so far it's been the easiest planning/time management software for me to use consistently. If I list what I love/hate about it, can you help me pick another? [more inside]
posted by spunweb
on Jul 12, 2013 -
I need a calendar that allows me to filter events by categories - additional requirements after the jump. [more inside]
posted by xicana63
on Mar 18, 2013 -
I have several different calendar accounts that I use on my iPhone, 1 personal Google Calendar, an Exchange account for my primary job, and another GCal that my part time job uses to dispatch technician jobs to me. My part time job uses this calendar to schedule calls, so as it stands now I have to manually block out anything that I schedule on my other calendars so that they don't double book me.
How can I create a setup where if I enter something on one of my calendars it will mark me as busy during that time? I don't want to have to create every event 3 times, and I don't want full synchronization as I don't want personal details and business information where other people can see it.
posted by daHIFI
on Feb 6, 2013 -
I'm looking for personal productivity apps in which the calendar view can be presented in a continuous flow of weeks (such as http://madebyevan.com/calendar/ ) in alternative to the more tradicional day/week/month model.
posted by dfreire
on Apr 15, 2012 -
Help my wife and I wrangle our address book full of contacts, phone numbers, and calendars across our two iPhones, two individual Gmails, and a few shared GMail email addresses with Google calendar's each. Plus, we use a shared OSX account. Snowflake details inside. [more inside]
posted by wcfields
on Jan 18, 2012 -
Help me choose software in order to book meetings in a small group with an online calendar. [more inside]
posted by coraline
on Oct 22, 2011 -
I'm looking for crazy, off-the-wall (so to speak) 2012 wall calendars. I'm not talking Anne Geddes babies-dressed-as-dogs-dressed-as-flowers craziness, but rather things that make passers by stop to give it a side-eye and a "WTF?"
A few requirements: monthly layout, SFW, non-religious, and not simply ironic. It has to be weird
posted by billybunny
on Sep 24, 2011 -
My girlfriend and I need a shared calendar for events we're going to together, days one of us will be out of town or in a conference, etc. Special snowflake details inside. [more inside]
posted by (The Rt Hon.) MP
on Feb 16, 2011 -
Any suggestions for a daily, non-online calendar to manage 60 people for 2011? Like an offline (Excel?) version of Tom's Planner. [more inside]
posted by mateuslee
on Feb 7, 2011 -
I've read tons of advice on how to sync iCal on my mac with iCal on my iPhone via Google, but I'm still confused. Could a patient explainer explain to me how it works? [more inside]
posted by skidoom
on Jan 14, 2011 -
I upload photos - they print a calendar using the photos and then they post on my behalf within UK to UK addresses. Recommendations ? [more inside]
posted by southof40
on Dec 11, 2010 -
I need a replacement for a beloved page-a-day calendar that has been discontinued. [more inside]
posted by JoannaC
on Nov 29, 2010 -
For my theater organization, I'm looking to order customizable wall calendars online. Ideally, they'd be 1) cheap, 2) available in bulk and
also available for individual orders (so we can send out a link to those who won't be getting one free but might still want one), and 3) that we can customize with both photos and important dates. What websites do you know that hit all or most of these points?
posted by ocherdraco
on Aug 26, 2010 -
Where does Quicksilver find calendars when adding items to iCal? When I go to the third pane to specify the task's calendar, QS presents me with a list of choices that I assume I created at some point in the past but which in no way correspond to my current list of iCal calendars. I want to delete these ghost calendars and make sure that QS accesses my current list. Any help would be much appreciated.
posted by viscountslim
on Dec 19, 2008 -
We'd like to be able to share calendars in a mixed Windows/Mac shop. Difficulties: delegating calendars to be writable by multiple individuals, offline access, avoiding upgrading Exchange and Entourage. [more inside]
posted by I EAT TAPAS
on Apr 24, 2008 -
What are some good books on calendars, chronology and the division and measurement of time? I'm interested in the history, physics and especially mathematics of it all. A giant encyclopedic reference tome would be excellent. Thanks!
posted by hoverboards don't work on water
on Mar 2, 2008 -
Lesson learned. I should have bought my fave calendar before December. But I didn't. Calendars.com seems to be sold out. I like the "postcard wall
" format b/c it has a single line for each day, hangs on the wall, and is very compact. Any ideas?
posted by quinoa
on Jan 4, 2008 -
Posting on behalf of Mrs. Shallow Center: I've started a new job and am going crazy trying to create a system to help me manage my multiple e-mail accounts, calendars, and hardware. [more inside]
posted by shallowcenter
on Dec 11, 2007 -
Where can I find a web-based/cross-platform calendar that would allow a group of people to add events, but not modify other people's?
posted by leptin
on Sep 15, 2007 -
I've charged with adding a feature to a shift scheduler / coverage requestor that displays shift information for a given week. I've been able to display them so as to satisfy the constraints I've been given, but it's got me wondering wondering if there's a more rigorous/mathematical approach to the general problem of organizing the display of any such calendar information. [more inside]
posted by Frankieist
on Apr 12, 2007 -
How do I see who booked an appointment on a shared Outlook Calendar (Office 2003)? [more inside]
posted by shemacg
on Jan 24, 2007 -
My wife and I need to merge all 4 of our various calendars into one. We'd like it to be web-based and allow both of us to make entries into the calendar. Password protected would be nice, too. [more inside]
posted by Irontom
on May 5, 2005 -
Are there any algorithms available for converting between Gregorian and Jewish, Islamic, Chinese calendars?
posted by plep
on Apr 13, 2005 -
Calendar and Scheduling management in a Mac Shop:
I'm currently the tech for an all mac shop that uses an old exchange server to do all email, scheduling, etc. We primarily use Entourage as a client. I'd like to switch over to an XServe, running Os X Server, however, I can't seem to find a replacement for the calendar and scheduling features in exchange and entourage. Are there any options out there that are Mac friendly? I'd love to leave the old windows box behind, it's been giving me nothing but headaches. Thanks.
posted by Freen
on Jan 12, 2005 -
Is there a way in Mac OS X to use iCal with an exchange server? Entourage for the Mac isn't all that wonderful compared to the built in Mail app and I like the ability to use the ldap server to look up names without an extra step. The only thing the Mail app is missing is integration with the calendaring events like Entourage has. Any help?
posted by thebwit
on Jan 11, 2005 -
BigFatFavorFilter: one of my close family members has a photo in the calendar insert of the New Yorker (Dec. 13 issue). The calendars apparently only go to subscribers, though, so I can't acquire it from a newsstand issue. Would anybody be willing to send me their copy of the calendar insert? Please comment -- I'll email you with a mailing address -- and I can reimburse you a couple bucks for postage, too. [more inside]
posted by oldtimey
on Dec 10, 2004 -
I've tried to get myself organized many times but I'm still always staying up late and missing deadlines. I use a planner, but I think I need more structure (scheduling internet usage, etc.). Should I get a more detailed planner with daily schedules? A PDA? People must have dealt with this before planners and PDAs; are there any other strategies that don't involve buying something?
posted by stopgap
on Nov 9, 2004 -
I just downloaded Mozilla's Sunbird
calendar. I cannot figure out how to share the calendar so that I can view and make changes at work and at home.
I set up a free account here
as suggested here
but it doesn't seem to work. I realize it's buggy but I'd like to give it a whirl.
posted by BentPenguin
on Jun 19, 2004 -
I'd like to print blank monthly calendar pages in a 8.5x11 format, but I can't find a good source. Google points me towards calendar vendors, and any web-based calendars I've found (like Yahoo) are predicated on me posting appointments and the like. Should I just create what I need in Word? Any suggestions?
posted by msacheson
on Jan 22, 2004 -