IsOnPost helps you organize and remind you of various events and happenings. It enables you to create neat calendar windows where you can post your work notes, things to do, ideas or any event you wish to remember.
The IsOnPost interface is very intuitive, it shows you a list of notes you can sort by its importance or by its creation date and lets you show, hide or delete each individual note.
IsOnPost can be configured to show your notes just after it is executed and to start running when Windows starts up, also you can access the program in a menu on the system tray.
By default, IsOnPost defines five types of notes that are in the following order: Things to do today, to do before 3 days, before 7 days, before 10 days and things to remember only.
You can set a time limit for each note, IsOnPost opens a calendar and lets you enter a time limit with ease, the note is then automatically assigned to a group that matches the selected date.
IsOnPost lets you change the borders of your time line, so you can define the groups that you wish to represent, for example, things to do before 1, 10, 15 and 20 days.
Each group has its own color setting, notes in the same group have the same color. You can easily personalize the color of each group of notes, also you can write your notes in your favorite text font, color and size.
As time passes, the notes goes from a group to another, changing its color alerting you about the coming time limit.
With just one click you can decide to open all the notes or of only one group, you can, for example, show only the group ?things to do today? or ?things to do before 15 days?.
You can hide an individual note, lock a note to protect it from accidental changes and force the note to be always on top visible over other windows.
Organize your notes on the screen with total comfort, the notes act as a tool of organisation, helping you to maintain them in proper order and context.
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Desktop::Clocks & Alarms
Date Added: Oct 30, 2006
Last check for an update: Sep 27, 2016
Last version date: Oct 17, 2005
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