VueMinder is a full-featured calendar and reminder program
for Windows. It supports multiple calendars displayed
simultaneously in layers. These can be viewed and printed by
day, week, month, year, and timeline. They can also be visually distinguished
using any combination of font, background color, and
gradient style. Events can be quickly defined using
default calendar settings and filtered using a variety of
criteria. Meeting requests, notes, tasks, and contact data can
also be defined, making VueMinder a convenient
central location for managing the complexities of your busy
VueMinder provides Outlook and Google Calendar synchronization, secure sharing of calendars over a local network, and the ability to import or export calendars from or to Excel and CSV files. It is also fully compatible with the iCalendar file standard, providing interoperability with most other calendar programs.
VueMinder provides many flexible reminder options including popup reminders, desktop alerts, and reminders that can be sent via email, text messages, and voice phone calls - both to yourself and others. Popup reminders can optionally include descriptions, pictures, video, music, web pages, and text-to-speech voice reminders. Desktop alerts fade into view unobtrusively in the lower-right corner of the screen. These can be set to play a sound and, if desired, automatically snooze after a specified amount of time. Recently snoozed or dismissed reminders are easily accessible and can be redisplayed on command.
VueMinder also provides a wide variety of print layouts and styles, covering everything from detailed daily event reports spanning multiple pages to an entire year's calendar on a single page. A dynamically updating print preview window enables you to instantly see what will be printed as the various printing options are modified.
If you've used other calendar programs in the past, you should already have a fairly good idea of the basic functionality to expect in VueMinder. However, VueMinder provides a number of unique or improved features that you won't find anywhere else. To learn more, we recommend reading the following:
If you ever have a question about how something works
in VueMinder, you can access specific help documentation for the window that you're currently on by either clicking the Help
button (located in the lower-left corner of most windows) or by
pressing the F1 key. You can also navigate to the help
documentation for the window of interest by locating it in the
Table of Contents to the left.
Many windows also include a help button on the title bar.
When this is clicked, the mouse cursor will change to show a
Click on any control that you need help on, and additional information about the control will be provided.
We hope you enjoy using VueMinder. We'd appreciate any feedback, feature requests, or bug reports you may have. We're extremely responsive to our customers' needs. You can contact us via email here, or by entering your question in the form below.