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#1 of 12 Old 05-03-2006, 02:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone know of one?
I am getting organized and making myself a schedule. I thought it might be kinda nice to just have it online and avoid paper and pen.
Any suggestions?
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Don't lnow of anything online, but I have one that I made - it's an Excel spreadsheet that allows you to schedule your whole week on one page, down to the half-hour.... pm me if you're interested.
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Go to palm.com and download the palm desktop software!!!!!!!! It is meant to interface with a PDA but it can be used as a stand alone program.

Ok...this is not online but on your computer. Maybe it will still work for you.
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http://37signals.com/ has a whole line of online products that can be useful... Some are free & some are not. I've tried the free ones & am quite pleased. The nice thing is that you can share them with others in the family (to do list if you are planning an event, etc.)

I'm not sure if this will help you, but I'm liking it a lot!
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organizedhome.com ? I got free forms there (I hope I got the website right).

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http://37signals.com/ has a whole line of online products that can be useful... Some are free & some are not.
The Ta-da! List program is great! Nice and uncluttered-looking. I've made a to-do list with it and put a link to it up in my links bar. Thanks!
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These are great ideas!
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If you use Yahoo Mail, there is a Calendar tab and a Notepad. The Calendar has numerous viewing options, month, week, day, and you can choose whether to send yourself reminders via IM, email or even to your cell phone. The Notepad can be used for "To Do" lists or even just jotting down notes. You can also "share" your calendar events with others (family/friends), if you so choose.
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I signed up with Ta-Da. It is a great list system.

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wow, that ta-da list is great. I just signed up. It's so simple it just might work.
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I signed up for Tada too.... and showed my mom it for my dad (a compulsive listmaker)
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