Remind Me Later
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Remind Me Later adds events to iCal in two clicks. Type "Buy groceries at 4pm tomorrow", and it will add "Buy groceries" to iCal at 4pm tomorrow.
What's New
Version 1.4.2:
  • Fixed iCloud support
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later



MacUpdate - Remind Me Later




  • FlexCal
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  • QuickCal
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  • BusyCal
    +2

  • Caliander
    +1
Remind Me Later User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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Mikofox reviewed on 12 Aug 2011
Took me a while to figure out that "Preferences" only opens when the main window is closed. Also this app needs to look for the /User/Library/Sounds also, as that's where folks store their custom sounds.
[Version 1.4]


burypromote
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Normbzr reviewed on 29 Apr 2011
The syntax seems hard to follow - the concept is great, but I find it difficult to apply consistently - giving erroneous date entries.

So far I have found just two syntactical forms that always work as intended. It would help if the developer listed the formats to be used and the expected outcomes.

I very much like the whole idea - just needs some refinement maybe and documentation. Look forward to further development.
[Version 1.3.3]

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burypromote

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Normbzr replied on 29 Apr 2011
also - I note the app is free for the moment - thank you. I may purchase in the future, but NOT from the Apple Store
burypromote
+2

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Mrcham reviewed on 05 Dec 2010
Wow, awesome. A great way to quickly write down an entrance to iCal. Some stuff could be improved though;

For instance, notification (alarm). If you could set as default that all reminders would set of a notification at a changeable amount of minutes. "Enable iCal's Default 15-minute Alarm" checkbox doesn't really do anything. When I check it, it unchecks itself after starting iCal.

If you type 2 different days it chooses the first instead of the last.

Well, more options would be neat. Like changing the hotkey and so on.

Cheers
[Version 1.2.2]

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burypromote
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sjk replied on 02 Feb 2011
I haven't tried Remind Me Later but notice v1.3 has the configurable global hotkey you suggested.

QuickCal Desktop (http://smellypuppy.com/quickcal-desktop/), which I recently discovered, also lets you change/disable its hotkey shortcut. MU has a listing for the QC widget (shown in Similar Software here), but not its newer Desktop version.
burypromote
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Nolin reviewed on 12 Nov 2010
A really neat program--just what I'd been looking for! Thanks to the gracious developer for offering it free.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote

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Macsamurai had trouble on 05 Dec 2010
When I add an event to one of my subscribed Google cals (which I selected in the RML prefs), the time is entered 5 hours earlier than what i specify. The time zone settings in Google, iCal and BusyCal are all correct (Eastern Time)
[Version 1.2.2]

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burypromote

+4
Macsamurai replied on 02 Feb 2011
This issue is finally resolved for me in v1.3. Thanks.

Bradinfo rated on 24 Feb 2011

[Version 1.3.3]



+4

Macsamurai rated on 02 Feb 2011

[Version 1.3]


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Version Downloads:659
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:04 Aug 2012
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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Remind Me Later adds events to iCal in two clicks. Type "Buy groceries at 4pm tomorrow", and it will add "Buy groceries" to iCal at 4pm tomorrow.


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