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Old October 25th, 2012, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I seem to have a problem finding a calendar app that will allow me to put something in that occurs on a bi-weekly basis. Does anybody have a calendar they like that will allow such functionality? Thank you

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Old October 25th, 2012, 09:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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As long as your calendar is synced with your gmail account, you can set it up on any computer and it will auto sync with your phone. Through Google calendar on a pc create and event>edit event>repeat every>two weeks.
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CalenGoo. It's paid but so very versatile.
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I seem to remember that Gemini calendar had a gazillion different ways of entering recurring events like this.

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Business Calendar can do this. It's a paid app, but there's also Business Calendar Free, which I think is fully-featured and ad-supported.
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I think most third party calendar apps allow this, certainly most I've tried. Commonly you select "weekly" as the repeat, and can then set how many weeks between repeats.

If you want the ultimate in flexibility then Pimlical lets you set irregular repeats.
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Wow, thanks for all your replies! Perhaps what I should do is get used to the idea of updating my google calendar from my laptop then let it sync with my SGS3 device. The Business Calendar looks interesting to me...may get it and test for a while. Thanks again for the 'tips'!
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That said, why isn't the "Repeat every 2 weeks" option offered as it is on e.g. Blackberry? It's not unusual for business meetings to be held with that ferquency.
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I have Outlook on my PC. I have a small app that syncs Outlook with Gmail. Then gmail syncs with my phone.

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That said, why isn't the "Repeat every 2 weeks" option offered as it is on e.g. Blackberry? It's not unusual for business meetings to be held with that ferquency.

The stock calendar in my Samsung had that option.
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Business Calendar is one I use everyday and worth every penny. If you need to customize repeat options, I sync it with Google Calendar which has many options.
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