Back in December I shared the news from Google that a new tool was being introduced to their mobile version of Google Calendar: Reminders. Unlike the Tasks tool in Google Calendar for the web, Reminders will “stick around” if they do not get resolved by their assigned due date and remain at the top of the current day’s agenda until you’ve completed the task and “swipe it away.” 114 more words
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Right now, one of the most important pages in my study binder (more on that in a future post) is my study timetable. Without it I would have no clue when I should not be studying and when I have free time to do… 1,781 more words
What is it?
Google Calendar is a web-based app that brings Google’s portability and collaboration focus to calendars and agendas. With it, you can not only keep your own calendar and agenda, but also share that information with others both in and out of your organization for more effective communication and planning. 181 more words
“Comparisons are odious.”
It all started when a friend reached out to me, asking if we could hang out soon.
I smiled, popped open my Google calendar, saw that Spooky had scheduled a zoo visit one morning with Kirsikka, a long-term friend of ours he’s cuddled with at our parties and has been texting back and forth for ages. 1,228 more words
As a busy student and freelancer, I’ve used Google Calendar to stay organized for quite a while now. Along the way, I’ve learned some useful tips and tricks! 631 more words
I spent last week on vacation, more or less, with my wife’s family in the Bay Area. I didn’t succeed in avoiding work completely, but I did manage to compress my laptop time to maybe a day and two-thirds of effort. 243 more words