MacLife

Knock your schedule into shape

REQUIRES macOS Mojave, Calendar

YOU WILL LEARN New ways to get organized with Calendar

IT WILL TAKE 15 minutes

When it comes to apps that are already preinstalled on your Mac, a lot of us neglect Apple’s Calendar. It seems pretty basic on the surface, but there’s actually a lot of hidden depth once you dedicate the time to start exploring it beyond its most basic features.

For example, setting up iCloud’s and their devices. You can then use it to make sure that everyone in the house knows about an important upcoming family event, or that the kids know for certain when their chores are due to be completed.

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