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PIToday for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Posted on 23-Dec-2003 13:08 | Filed under: Software

PIToday for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
PIToday is a Today screen plug-in that can display appointments, or tasks, or both on your Windows Mobile Pocket PC. It is tightly integrated with Pocket Informant. You need to have Pocket Informant installed to use all the features provided by PIToday.

Features:
  • Combined view of tasks and appointments
  • Uses standard pocket outlook databases
  • Highly customisable view
  • Appointment and tasks status colors
  • Open appointments/task with PI summary window from today screen
  • Pop up menu to switch views, customise views
  • Icons for direct access to the various PI views (Including the various calendar sub views), as well as to the PI date picker.
  • Icons can be arranged to match the tab order in PI, or turned off individually.
  • The ability to display up to four PI category icons per task or appointment, as well as attached icons.
  • You can start a PI search, using the subject from a displayed item, directly from the Today screen.
  • You can delete and beam items directly from the Today screen.
  • Tasks can be marked as complete on the Today screen.
  • You can display up to 31 days items, and can scroll the Today screen if more space is required.
  • The space taken on the Today screen can be adjusted.
  • ClearType support.
  • Configurable text layout for appointments.
  • A huge number of choices over the information that is displayed.
  • Many choices over the way tasks are displayed - 'include completed', 'Show in progress on Today's date', 'Include undated' etc.
  • Sort tasks by subject, importance, due date, A-Z/0-99 priorities
  • 32 separate category filters that can all be saved and re-named - very much like PI's custom views.
  • Multi language support (as of now English, German, French)


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