Think paper calendars are so 20th century? An online version allows you to maintain an ultra-organized system and share it with others. Try these tips:
- Set the calendar to alert you to upcoming events―ideal if you tend to forget birthdays and anniversaries (ahem). Look for repeat features that let you input the data only once.
- Choose a calendar that can send text-message and e-mail reminders to your cell phone and you won’t miss Sally’s dance recital.
- Opt for a calendar with comprehensive holiday listings―from Groundhog Day to Grandparents Day―so you won’t have to type them in yourself.
Shown: With the UVC Basic calendar, you can choose a daily, weekly, or monthly configuration.
To test t: Free, universalvillage.net.
More Online Calendars
Famundo for Families, Free
Offers a customizable family home page.
To Test It: famundo.com.
Size the calendar to fit your screen.
To Test It: whichtime.com.
Google Calendar, Free
View friends’ calendars alongside your own.
To Test It: google.com.