Thursday, November 19, 2009 by Emily Boyd It's no secret that we're big gadget fans here. Waaay back in 2006, we launched a feature that enabled you to add a daily gadget to Google Calendar: clicking on a checkmark icon would bring up your tasks for that day. How to add Remember The Milk to your Google Calendar sidebar
App for the milk App for the milk App for the milk is a desktop client for the remember the milk webservice that lets you quickly manage your tasks from your desktop even when you are offline and sync the next time you are connected to the internet. Features Manage your remember the milk tasks from your desktopThe first app for rtm with online – offline syncronizationDynamic dock icon that shows upcoming tasksCan run minimized in the background on Mac OS X and WinRuns on Mac OS X, Linux and Windows thanks to Adobe AIR?
Introducing Smart Add: a smarter way to add your tasks in Rememb Tuesday, September 8, 2009 by Emily Boyd We're really excited today to be launching a big update to Remember The Milk — we're calling it the Smart Add edition (you'll see why in a minute!). With this update, we've focused on making it as fast and easy as possible to add your tasks to Remember The Milk (that's the "smart" bit). We've also made a bunch of improvements to the web app to make it easier to manage your tasks once they're in there, and have sped up the app a little too. So, what exactly is new? Smart Add
Remember the Task I personally prefer, in Linux, my screenlet that is running the iGoogle gadget inside. It gives me the same truncated list as Remember the Task. Now I'm on to a rant. I absolutely love the gmail RTM extension, but want that as a standalone.
Save your $20 - Sorry, so far I'm not a fan . . . by LLL2012 Yeah, I sprung the $20 to be a real pro, but I'm really disappointed in this app. Remember the Milk
How to use Remember The Milk for Google Calendar
How to use Remember The Milk for Twitter Ready to set it up? Please login to start interacting with Twitter. Twitter is a popular microblogging service that allows you to send updates or "tweets", up to 140 characters in length. It also has a handy feature which allows you to send direct (private) messages to your contacts on Twitter. Follow rtm, and you can add and interact with your tasks by direct message (and get reminders too!).
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