BusyCal-Super Task Calendar

In the process of general computer use, a simple calendar can meet our needs, but sometimes we also need some more complex functions for work or study, such as schedule planning, integrated tasks, etc. At this time, busycal software You can be as busy as you are. This is the most powerful, flexible, and reliable calendar software developed for macOS. The software is extremely innovative and has a variety of convenient functions, including custom views, integrated tasks, Travel time, maps, natural language input, weather, moon phases, graphics, labels, etc. You can use busycal to integrate your tasks into the calendar, display the due date or time, and continue to display until completion or use the information panel to quickly and accurately view and edit event details, which greatly saves your time for planning work.

Application Introduction

BusyCal’s unique and powerful features include a customizable calendar view, scrolling month and week views, an integrated information panel (for quick viewing and editing of events), integrated tasks (displayed in the calendar until the final completion), customization Font size and style and pictures, real-time weather feeds and moon phases, and menu bar applications (for quick access to the day’s events and weather).

BusyCal supports iCloud, Exchange, Google Calendar, and other CalDAV servers allowing you to synchronize and share calendars via the cloud with other Macs running BusyCal or OS X’s built-in calendar application, and iPhones and iPads running iOS’ built-in calendar application.

Calendar view

Display calendar by month, week, day, year, or list
Customize the number of weeks displayed per month or the number of days displayed per week
List view displays custom date ranges and columns, including automatic calculation of total hours for the timetable

Management tasks

Tasks can be displayed directly in the calendar until they are finally completed
Control the date range and sorting of tasks in the task list
Create repetitive tasks
Tasks in BusyCal are compatible with reminder apps on OS X and iOS, and can be synchronized with them


Reminders can be displayed in the BusyCal reminder window or notification center
Set reminders for any time period, including x minutes before the start
Set default reminder intervals for new events, tasks, all-day events, birthdays, and anniversaries

BusyCal menu

Display a list of today’s events and weather forecast in the menu bar
View event details, mark tasks as complete or use natural language to create new events
Shortcut keys to display the menu

Weather, pictures, holidays, and birthdays

Real-time display of 10-day weather forecast and moon phase
Drag and drop pictures into the calendar with a new image palette
Display formatted holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries
Custom event font, size, style, and color

Information panel

The information panel allows you to directly view and edit event details
Customize the displayed fields, such as location, time zone, tag, and last edit time
Use the arrow keys or the new date picker to adjust the date and time


Put the calendar into the group, just click to show/hide
Create smart filters to display a set of calendars, custom views, or events that meet specific conditions
Use markers to track important events, projects, or customers

Sync and share calendar

Sync and share calendars with iCloud, Exchange, Google Calendar, and other CalDAV servers
Inbox shows meeting notifications and changes made to events on the shared calendar
Free/Busy Viewer displays free/busy hours when planning a meeting
Share calendars with other BusyCal users on your LAN


BusyCal syncs with iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch via iCloud, Exchange, or Google Calendar
Events in BusyCal are synchronized with the iOS calendar app
Tasks in BusyCal are synchronized with the iOS reminder app


Create automatic backup
Set the default calendar, start time, and duration for new events
The new find window allows you to search the entire calendar regardless of the current view
A warning can be displayed when modifying an event on the shared calendar


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