TimeBell 8

TimeBell is an advanced reminder with user-friendly interface and handy desktop calendar. It is a great tool that allows creating of the reminders and planning system actions at specific time. TimeBell is suitable for both ‒ newbies and pros!

There will be no important event you miss, because TimeBell is always there to remind you about it. Set tasks with the help of TimeBell and stop worrying about your PC performance.
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43 votes Vote

Make it compatible with Google calendar, Facebook, and Outlook. Sync all together. Also android EboBirthday reminder.

Edmister, 16.07.2012, 08:32
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31 votes Vote

Put screenshots on your web page!

Huey Lewis, 16.07.2012, 08:31
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24 votes Vote

develop mobile versions and calender sync capabilities

laurel, 16.07.2012, 08:26
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10 votes Vote

add GNU/Linux compatibility

You should add linux compatibility and mac compatibility as well.
Paco, 16.07.2012, 08:12
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1 vote Vote

Change The Interface Of The Task Manager

StarkyCat, 16.07.2012, 16:38
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1 vote Vote

Set time intervals, ie. 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 2 hours, 3 hours, etc.

Mary Rollins, 16.07.2012, 20:49
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Ability to set off alarm without shuttin down, hibernating, or affecting computer operation

Reggie Taylor, 16.07.2012, 21:02
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organize the UI better

organize the UI better. The 'add task' screen has a 'shut down' pull down, which makes it appear that you must select one of those options, and the 'open website', while being able to be cleared of any entry, if the UI was redesigned, it would be...
rolaaus, 17.07.2012, 01:10
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The software can be improved. You need to have a scroll down choice during the new task interface to allow users not to do anything to the PC. Leave an empty field or 'Do Nothing' field. Otherwise it is not clear to users that they HAVE TO DELETE TH

ric, 17.07.2012, 04:41
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On creating new task authomaticly intiate event time

Leo, 17.07.2012, 08:03
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