Allows you to schedule alert messages to pop-up for one-time or repeating reminders
You can also record voice reminders, create reminder templates, search for reminders by keyword, schedule reminders using AppleScripts, and launch applications at specified times.
You can receive the reminder for an event at the event date and time. You can also receive a reminder for an event in advance of the event date and time. The date and time when the reminder will be shown for an event is called the reminder's due date and time.
If it is an advance reminder, it will be before the event date and time. If it is not an advance reminder, the due date and time for a reminder will be the same as the event date and time.
For example, you may have a meeting at 10:00am on the 1st of May and want to be reminded of it. You can then schedule a reminder for May 1 at 10:00am, and the event date and time for the reminder will then be May 1, 10:00am. This reminder will be due at 10:00am on May 1.
If, however, when you schedule the reminder, you specify that you want to be reminded 15 minutes in advance, then the reminder will actually be displayed at 9:45am (its due time) but the event time for the reminder will still be 10:00am.
Reminders are displayed in the window titled "Reminders". This window can be accessed from the application menu by selecting the menu item titled "Reminders" in the View submenu, as shown below.
- Set one-time or repeating reminders with complex repeating options
- Send emails as reminders
- Classify reminders into categories
- Create and use templates for scheduling reminders quickly
- Have reminders read the message when they are displayed
- Schedule launching of applications or AppleScript scripts
- Get reminders as Growl notifications
- Look up title or message of deleted reminders at a later date
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixed a bug in the countdown timer