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# KOrganizer # # KOrganizer #
KOrganizer is an easy to use personal information manager (PIM). KOrganizer is an easy to use personal information manager (PIM).
You can write schedule appointments, events and to-dos. You can schedule appointments, events, create to-dos and write journal entries.
KOrganizer will remind you about pending tasks and help you KOrganizer will remind you about pending tasks and help you
keep your schedule. keep your schedule.
...@@ -22,12 +22,13 @@ the get hot new stuff framework. KOrganizer is based on open standards, ...@@ -22,12 +22,13 @@ the get hot new stuff framework. KOrganizer is based on open standards,
and works with many different group scheduling servers, giving you the control and works with many different group scheduling servers, giving you the control
over your information and the freedom to choose the best solutions. over your information and the freedom to choose the best solutions.
KOrganizer is also the calendar, journal and to-do component of Kontact, KOrganizer is also the calendar, journal and to-do component of [Kontact](https://apps.kde.org/kontact/),
offering you an integrated solution for your communication and information offering you an integrated solution for your communication and information
management needs: email, notes, contacts management, news reader and management needs: email, notes, contacts management, news reader and
news feeds reader. Even if you do not use it inside Kontact, KOrganizer is news feeds reader. Even if you do not use it inside Kontact, KOrganizer is
integrated with the other KDE PIM applications. For instance, you can configure integrated with the other KDE PIM applications. For instance, you can configure
it to show birthdays from &kaddressbook; in your agenda, use KMail to send and it to show birthdays from [KAddressbook](https://apps.kde.org/kaddressbook/) in your agenda,
use [KMail](https://apps.kde.org/kmail2/) to send and
receive invitations, etc. receive invitations, etc.
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