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Best Online Calendars For the New Year

If you hope to be more organized this year I suggest you spend some time selecting an online calendar that can easily sync with your gadgetry and life.

  • Though relatively unknown Famundo has received a lot of attention lately for being a great option for families. They call themselves a "family hub" and hope to replace your wall calendar, address book, filing cabinet, fridge magnets and yellow sticky notes. Famundo offers Outlook synchronization, a list maker and even a family library for storing your documents, photos, bookmarks and other personal information.
  • You all know I am a die hard fan of the free shareable Google calendar, which makes it easy to keep track of birthdays, schedules, dates and appointments. I couldn't live without its invitations feature, which allows you to send invites to friends and family.
  • Real Simple recently sang the praises of Which Time so I checked it out and am pretty impressed with its set up. It seems like a simpler version of Google Cal or Famundo and takes style points from iCal. The calendars can be downloaded or accessed from the web.
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kellyj481 kellyj481 4 years
Nice post. You can now create your online calendar in minutes, without coding. Just point and click http://blog.caspio.com/web_apps/creating-calendars-in-caspio-bridge/
shatteredmasta shatteredmasta 7 years
im sorry the link is www.friend-event.com. stupid dash they should get rid of it
shatteredmasta shatteredmasta 7 years
I checked out famundo but i like FriendEvent (www.Friendevent.com) better. Its more geared towards sharing events with friends. and they got a Facebook application.
Bobby-Voss Bobby-Voss 7 years
I have been using Famundo for several months now and it really incredible. It is way more than a calendar. It has shopping lists, ad address book, photo storage and more Bobby
gigi123 gigi123 7 years
I think I'll try Whichtime.com myself.
KristinDaBomb KristinDaBomb 7 years
Thanks, great links. :D
emg2114 emg2114 8 years
i haven't been on geeksugar in a while... and i really don't know why! thanks for these great links.
Veekore Veekore 8 years
GCal ftw.
liannecamille liannecamille 8 years
I like to use Yahoo! Calendar. It syncs with my Outlook and sends me emails!
wicca_08 wicca_08 8 years
I'm pretty much of an O.C., so I'll need this stuff.
marthalilian126 marthalilian126 8 years
I'm a huge fan of Yahoo's calendar function -- though all I want is a SmartPhone and my Outlook so that I can just have everything I need, everywhere I go!
freegracefrom freegracefrom 8 years
Yay for Google Calendar! :) Can Google do any wrong?
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
i use ical. at least i tried. all i can do really is use paper planners. i get bored with it on the computer.
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
i use ical, too. i don't think i'll sign up for an online one.
freeandflawed freeandflawed 8 years
I really like Famundo. I wish it was a bit more convenient for personal use. Seems like it's definitely more directed at busy families.
millarci millarci 8 years
I'm a big fan of my iCal on my computer. I used it all the time. :)
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