Info Panel One of BusyCal's most popular features is its embedded info panel that appears in the sidebar, enabling you to quickly view and edit event details with speed and precision. The Info Panel has been completely redesigned in BusyCal 3 and boasts a cleaner, modern look with improved controls for selecting dates and times, adding locations, attendees and more. What's more, the info panel is completely customizable. You can choose to show just the basics, or additional fields like time zones, tags and graphics.
Menu bar app The totally redesigned menu bar app now displays a navigable mini-month calendar with colored dots and bars that provide a visual density map of your availability. A scrolling list of your events and to dos are displayed in the menu along with a 10-day weather forecast.
Hello Friends, As in my knowledge we always recommended the best desktop app i.e Deja Desktop for desktop calendar mac. As this is the secure and safe as. It allows you to use any calendar apps which you have added to your Mac. For instance, it works with Google Calendar, Outlook, Office 365 and more. Besides, you can use customizable calendar colors make the interface more appealing.
You can click on an event in the menu bar to view its details, and create new events and to dos using natural language. And, unlike other calendar apps, BusyCal's menu bar app is always running, even when the main BusyCal app is not running, so you always have access to your schedule. Smart Filters BusyCal's Smart Filters are a powerful tool for filtering and formatting your calendar. The most common use of Smart Filters is for creating Calendar Sets, to quickly toggle multiple calendars on or off with a single click (see above).
You can also use Smart Filters to create saved searches (e.g. Events that contain 'Joe'), or for remembering view settings (e.g. Displaying an 8-week month view with weekends hidden), all of which you can be accessed with a keyboard shortcut or a button on the toolbar.
I want to sync my calendar across all my Macs and iOS devices, give my wife access to my calendar (and have access to hers), and do it all without paying for Apple's. For that, Apple’s iCal just won’t do. Still, I like the iPhone’s Calendar app. With the free Google Calendar, I found a scheduling solution that lets me keep myself organized, continue using the iOS Calendar app, give my family and coworkers easy access to my availability, and easily add new appointments from anywhere. Here’s how I set things up: Step 1: Create a Google Calendar Once you've created your Google Calendar, click Edit Event Details to open a window where you can enter details.
You can use with your existing Google account, or with a free or paid account. Create a user name and password. Then log in to Google. You’re presented with a big blank calendar as soon as you click into the site.
To add an event, click on the day in question. In the Event pane that appears, add the event’s name. Click Edit Event Details to open a window where you can type in the time and other information. Click on Save when you’re done. Step 2: Give it its own window With the Fluid utility, you can create a standalone application for accessing Google Calendar, and drop the application right into your Dock for easy access. You could simply load up Google Calendar in your favorite browser every time you need to check your schedule. My preference, however, is to keep a window entirely and exclusively devoted to my calendar open at all times.
To do so, I use Todd Ditchendorf’s excellent (free; ). With Fluid, you can create what’s called a “site-specific browser,” which is a stand-alone app dedicated solely to the site in question. To set up your Calendar Fluid app, follow these steps: a) Download a good Calendar icon. Chris Ivarson provides. B) Launch Fluid, and fill out the single form with the URL for Google Calendar ( a name (I use “Calendar”). When you reach the Icon menu, choose Other and then navigate to the custom icon you just downloaded.