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Remember the milk — a convenient planner

02 May 2023, 10:39, parser
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Remember the milk logoThere are a lot of online calendars and planners. Over the past six months, several readers have e-mailed my attention to the Remember the milk service. Among the advantages, support for the Russian language was mainly mentioned. In general, I decided to get to know him (and this, admittedly, is a somewhat belated decision, because the site has been around for a long time — since 2005).

convenient task schedulerRemember the milk is indeed translated into Russian, but localization is only partially completed. Some interface elements remained in English. It wouldn't be so scary if it weren't for the misleading hints. When you add a new task, RTM prompts the date format for the event (see the screenshot on the right). According to the prompts, you can use Russian, but this is not the case. Although the idea of entering dates in a natural language with words (Today, Tomorrow, Next Friday) looks attractive. Hopefully, over time, localization will reach this part.

Remember the milk Main window

In general, adding tasks differs little from similar developments — you specify the event when it will take place, whether it will be repeated, prescribe tags, add notes. But there is also one feature — event notifications can be received not only by email, but also on a mobile phone, an Internet pager (a large list of supported protocols includes ICQ, Google Talk, and even Skype).

Remember the milk Settings

Remember the milk admires integration with third-party sites and services. So here you can use maps from the Google Maps mapping service, work offline using Google Gears, use the scheduler in Google Calendar, add tasks and receive notifications using Twitter. For those users who need a scheduler always and everywhere, a mobile version and the ability to synchronize with Windows Mobile are provided.

Overall, I liked Remember the milk. If you are in search of a convenient online planner, this one definitely deserves attention.

Remember The Milk

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