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May 31, 2009 – Get Free Reminders For Any Event

Filed under: Online Tools — Tags: , — Gagan @ 10:22 pm

Remindd is a web site that provides you with the web service of reminding you of important events that you can’t forget. It is an easy to use tool that allows for you to set reminders and be reminded about them, so you never forget anything. Have a meeting next week that you can’t forget? A date? Something important? Regardless of what you need to be reminded about, this service will surely help you out.

Like most people, you can be forgetful sometimes. If it weren’t for web tools, I’d probably miss some important meetings and appointments, which is one of the last things I want to do. So if you’ve missed one too many birthday bashes or anniversaries, then Remindd might be the simplest solution ever created for the absent mind.

Remindd does one thing, and it does it well: simple reminders. Once you are registered, just pick a day, a time, a title, and that’s really it – the reminder is set. But it has a few additional features beyond email alerts, the big one being that it can send you texts that will tell you to do your daily routine work. But for international users, texting is only available in the U.S.

It’s free. There’s a pro version in the making, but until then, it’s all free and there will always be a free option. To create a reminder just click on the "Add new reminder" or "Create Reminder" link present on the dashboard. Also When you update the time zone you live in the site automatically updates the time it has to send you a reminder according to where you live, not their time.

Once you’ve created an account, using the site is straightforward. Enter your reminder name, set a date and time for your reminder, and you’re all set. You’ll receive an alert via email—and SMS, if selected—five minutes before the time you chose. If you don’t enter a time, your reminder will arrive at 12 AM. Be sure to set your time zone.


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