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What kind of tool do you use to manage your appointments, events, etc... (Anyone still using paper)?

asked Nov 08 '10 at 15:39

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edited Nov 15 '10 at 18:29

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What exactly do you mean "time manager?"

(Nov 08 '10 at 16:00) recck recck's gravatar image

If you have a dentist appointment....What "tool" do you use, to remember it?

(Nov 08 '10 at 16:13) Guyfromdenmark Guyfromdenmark's gravatar image

I edited to clarify.

(Nov 15 '10 at 18:29) chadt4 chadt4's gravatar image

iCal on my Mac or calendar on my iPhone.

answered Nov 08 '10 at 16:26

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I use my memory the majority of the time. Other times for more distance events I have my iPhone.

answered Nov 08 '10 at 16:28

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I have a calendar on my wall with spaces to write stuff so that's what I do.

answered Nov 08 '10 at 17:27

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I use Google Calendar, It is extremely customizable and I like that I can have it send me a txt telling me something is coming up. Not to mention that It syncs with my iPhone Calendar.

answered Nov 08 '10 at 17:30

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paper....to manage time?! i use my iPhone clock, various calendars, PC clocks and my watch to keep track of time.

answered Nov 15 '10 at 18:03

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Outlook and my BlackBerry Curve are my best companions. But I do also have a calendar hanging in my kitchen. Paper may be simple, but it's reliable. One time my phone crashed and I lost all my appointments, but at least I had the paper backup!

answered Nov 15 '10 at 18:28

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I use Remember the Milk to keep track of appointments, to-dos, etc. Also use google calendar for events and basecamp for work-related stuff. They all talk to eachother and mobile devices fairly well.

answered Nov 16 '10 at 11:25

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