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  1. kilgil27

    kilgil27 Member This Topic's Starter

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  2. jwade80

    jwade80 Active Member

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    Have you checked out Jorte?
     
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    kilgil27 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have, that still wants me to add an event for each task I want to add, and assign due dates and stuff. Too many steps/more than I need

    I basically want a calender app that has like... just a note pad for each day of the week and I can write whatever I want in there
     
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    MonkeyK Well-Known Member

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    It's not a calendar app, but it sounds like you want something like Evernote.

    You just write down whatever you want, it tags the date and you can tag the note with anything else that you like.
     
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    Actually you do not have to add all the event info on there, you can just leave the defaults alone. If it was missing the option to set start and end times, then people would ask how come it doesn't include them.

    I just leave the default 12am to 12 am. Sometimes I the name is the entire note for the day, other times I pick "Show Details" and enter several lines that I need to remember.

    Whenever you pick the Jorte widget from the screen, on the bottom right-hand-side you can pick if you want a monthly, or weekly task view.
     

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