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Microsoft Outlook style reminder system for Google Calendar

One of the most popular features of the Microsoft Outlook calendar is the ability to popping- up reminders for scheduled tasks and appointments.

If you would like to have the same remainder feature for your Google Calendar events, here is a small, free application called Atchoo. It will add Outlook style reminders feature in Google Calendar.

Using this application is simple. All you need to connect it to one of your Google calendars and then it will remind you of the upcoming events.

You can snooze or dismiss an event, if you wish. You can also specify snooze delay time. Atchoo is clean (see VirusTotal result) and can be free downloaded at developer’s page.


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