Planner Program

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  1. insomniac321123 macrumors 6502

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    I am a college student right now. In high school I used a daily planner. It had spaces for each day of the week for the whole year, where I could write assignments, things to study for tonight, etc. I am looking for an app that does this. It need to be more than a to do list, because I need to be able to write down projects due several months away. Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. miles01110 macrumors Core

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    try iProcrastinate. I have it, but haven't bothered to use it....but you might find it useful.
     
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    Funny I was going to say the same, but assignment planner looks pretty sweet. I'm going to give it a try.
     
  6. insomniac321123 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I think im going to give that assignment planner a try. It looks good. Thanks for all of the responses.
     
  7. tringo macrumors regular

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    ical is working great for me at college. Especially since it syncs perfectly with google calendar.
     
  8. sierra oscar macrumors 6502

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    I also suggest iCal would work for you - esp if you can sync them through .mac - anywhere access is pretty cool

    I'd also highly recommend Merlin http://www.projectwizards.net/en/merlin/overview - you can import and export with iCal - and if you really want to work effectively - this tool really shows you were time is wasted. The gant charts are really effective here too - for meetings with supervisors etc
     

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