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Author Topic: Good Web-Based Integrated Calendar/ToDo (Better than Google/Yahoo Calendars) ?  (Read 4024 times)

XMinus1

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Hi Guys,

I'm looking for an effective web-based calendar and todo site.  I've tried Yahoo's and Google's Calendar betas but I'm less than impressed with the integration of ToDos and Calendar items:  I'd like my ToDo (Tasks) displayed on my calendar, or at least the option to display all tasks due on day X on the same page that I view all events taking place on day x. 

I'm willing to reconsider the web-based option if necessary.  I think that I'd like the flexibility of a web-based service (free or paid, if not too expensive) but I'm open to suggestions about resident applications. 

I have a Palm, and am a bit interested in compatibility with my Palm, but I can live without it if necessary.

Thanks, and please point me to the pertinent threads if this has already been hashed out (I searched for online calendar and didn't get much byond Google's Beta)

(Added after-the-fact:  Discovered HipCal http://www.hipcal.com/ which looked very promising, but then found that they've been sold to Plaxo http://www.plaxo.com/ .  I don't care for Plaxo's Calendar/ToDo, but I get the sense that that's not what Plaxo has been designed for.  Sounds like they may incorporate some of HipCal's Calendar/ToTo features, but who knows when, if at all?  Anyway, HipCal is as close as I've some to satisfying my requirements)

(Added after-the-fact:  also discovered CalendarReview.com ( http://www.calendarreview.com/ ) which might help.  Who would have thought there was such a site?)

Thanks, and Happy New Year
« Last Edit: December 30, 2006, 02:26:01 PM by XMinus1 »