Calendarscope Delivers Powerful, Affordable Task and Event Management

Calendarscope 5SAINT-PETERSBURG, Russia (CitizenWire) — Duality Software has released Calendarscope 5.0, a powerful Windows calendar application for business and home users. Calendarscope makes it simple to plan, schedule, and manage appointments, meetings, birthdays, anniversaries, and special events. Unlike other calendar programs that provide only token support for recurring events, Calendarscope lets you create single or recurring tasks and events, and manage them with ease.

It’s simple to add a single event or create a recurring event with multiple occurrences. You can set the start and end dates and times, add a subject, specify the location, define the item type, set the priority, and add notes. This information can be set for a single occurrence of a recurring event, for the series, or for all future occurrences.

Reschedule events by dragging and dropping them to a different place on the calendar. Change the duration of an event with your mouse. You can even reactivate tasks or events that had been previously marked as complete.

With a single click, Calendarscope (www.calendarscope.com) switches between daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly calendar views. Users have complete control over the information that is presented on the calendar, including fonts and colors. The easy-to-set filters let you select which information is displayed. For example, you can include or exclude completed tasks or specific categories of information. It’s never been easier to schedule tasks, set reminders for upcoming events, or color-code your calendar for easy reference. This lets you know immediately which tasks are active, complete, or late.

By assigning email addresses and URLs to reminder notices, it’s quick and easy to follow up on events and tasks. View your calendars on your PC, publish them on the Internet or intranet, or use companion software to send calendars to your Pocket PC or Smartphone device.

Quickly search the calendar for keywords or phrases. The program’s simple category and filtering systems let you display only work tasks, or only family events, or only information that you choose to include. Calendarscope includes strong encryption to protect your sensitive information from prying eyes.

Calendarscope is designed for business people who need to control complex calendars and to-do lists. It’s easy enough that home users can manage their birthdays, social events, school calendars, meetings and appointments.

Calendarscope 5.0 runs under Windows 7 (including 64-bit), and Windows 2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT4/ME/98/95, and costs $29.95(US) for a single-user home license. A business license costs $39.95, and a Family Pack is available for $49.95.

More information: http://www.calendarscope.com/ .

Evaluation copy available on request.

About Duality Software:

Since 1998, Duality Software has been developing and marketing Windows productivity software for business and home users. The company also offers Calendarscope Portable Edition which runs on a USB flash drive, USB HDD, SD card, or U3 smart drive; and Calendarscope Network Edition which runs on a company LAN and allows the entire team to share events, tasks, and schedules.

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