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Re: Move Todo items to Calendar

  • Subject: Re: Move Todo items to Calendar
  • From: "Charles Eaves" <charles.eaves@worldnet.att.net>
  • Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2005 10:22:20 GMT
  • Newsgroups: alt.comp.sys.palmtops.pilot
  • Organization: AT&T Worldnet
  • References: <iwete.22993$F7.11899@news-server.bigpond.net.au> <d9663k$1g96$1@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk>
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try out this website:
They have a program called Agendus. Click on the Palm OS tab at the top of
the page.
Comes in standard or pro version.
Agendus combines your to do lists/memos/contacts/calendar into one
If you go with the pro version, then email/sms is combined with the previous
applications mentioned above.
There is a nice demo on the website.
Service is great. Email  questions usually answered the same day.
I have been using it since I had my M105.
Try this with the palm calendar.
I had jury duty six months ago. In agendus, it took me a few minutes to mark
in the calendar about 15 days of jury duty during 2 months. Very easy with
 I am using it on a T3 now.

"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@schestowitz.com> wrote in message
> anmacdon wrote:
> > Hi all, could someone point me in the direction of some Palm software
> > will easily move the Todo items into the Calendar?
> > TIA, Andrew
> I know that coming up with a "no" answer would be unfair, but it has been
> almost a day since the original post.
> After 2.5 years of relying heavily on my ToDo lists (now Tasks, don't ask
> why), I moved everything to the Datebook (Calendar) about a month ago. I
> don't think that automatic tools exist because only your mind understands
> the cycles and nature of the tasks entirely. What would due date
> to in a calendar? There is no notion of when a ToDo record was created
> either. What about repetitions, which were the most important reason for
> to place items in ToDo and not DateBook.
> What I suggest you do is take a few hours off your daily routine, sit on
> your workstation with Palm Desktop (since it is more convenient) and move
> one item at a time. Any 'robotic' equivalent is hard to /rely/ on. You'll
> feel much better at the end, trust me. Also, since you rely on a daily
> list, possibly with alarms, you will never again need to check lists. the
> 'lists' will come to you. It's a type of freedom.
> Roy
> -- 
> Roy S. Schestowitz
> http://Schestowitz.com

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