Rainlendar stands out as an efficient and free calendar organizer that doesn’t just display the monthly calendar—it also highlights upcoming tasks with precise date markings. This tool excels in its minimalistic design, which is both lightweight and remarkably resource-efficient.
It offers customizable skins, adjustable transparency levels, and an intuitive multilingual interface, effortlessly integrating with your desktop environment. With Rainlendar, each date becomes interactive; a simple click allows you to add numerous notes and events are visibly indicated with distinctive icons.
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Beyond tracking dates, Rainlendar boasts an expandable task manager, or ToDo list, offering visibility control to suit your preferences. You’re never at risk of overlooking important reminders, thanks to the application’s pop-up notification system.
Among its key attributes, Rainlendar utilizes the ubiquitous iCalendar format for storing tasks, providing seamless interoperability with other calendar applications. Individual tasks can be personalized with unique looks, and notifications can be configured to ensure no event slips unnoticed. An optional auditory alert feature is also available for added assurance.
In essence, Rainlendar presents a comprehensive and user-friendly solution for managing time and tasks with professional ease.
License: The lite version is free and Pro paid.
What’s New in Rainlendar 2.18 Final:
o Google Calendar and Office365 events show meeting links in the url field.
o Meeting attendees from Google Calendar and Office365 are shown in the tooltip.
o All day tasks shown in the calendar were displayed on two days. The timezone map shows offsets in the list.
o Polling changes from iCloud returned 503 from the server.
o Added “Move to next day” to the context menu for single events and tasks.
o New advanced option: “Use today and tomorrow” when displaying the dates eg in the task list.
o Office365 descriptions were shown as read-only after being created/edited.
o All day events which span across multiple weeks showed the description only on the first week.
o Deleting single instance of a multiday recurring event only worked if the first day was selected.
o Proxy user and password were not properly encoded so special characters could cause connection errors.