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qOrganizer is a general organizer that provides a calendar with schedule, reminders, journal/notes for every day use, together with a to-do list.

It also provides features useful for students such as a timetable and a booklet for marks and absences. Special emphasis has been placed on making the software easy to use.

 qOrganizer 3.1.5

Free to download



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System Requirements
4.3.0 or higher
libqt4-sql 4.3.0 or higher
libqt4-core 4.3.0 or higher

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Features include:

  • Support for RSS and Atom feeds
  • Intuitive interface
  • Automatic saving of all data
  • Loud reminder
  • Rich text journal for everyday in which you can even drag and drop images
  • Searching through every entry in the journal and in the schedules
  • Clear and simple to-do list
  • Flexible timetable for students which supports different content for odd and even weeks
  • Student booklet in which the user can keep track of the marks s/he gets in school, calculating averages, and records absences too
  • Choose the storing mode: text files, sqlite database or MySQL database over the network
  • Upload the stored data to an FTP server and download it. This is useful because the user can access the data wherever s/he is.
  • Save between storing modes (to minimise further the risk of data loss)
  • Highly configurable
  • Availablein 13 languages: English, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovenian, Estonian, Albanian, Macedonian, Hungarian, Romanian, Dutch, German, and French

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