Osmo is a handy personal organizer, which includes calendar, tasks manager, address book and notes modules. It was designed to be a small, easy to use and good looking PIM tool to help to manage personal information.
- Calendar, Tasks, Contacts and Notes modules
- Encrypted private data backup
- Date calculator
- Configurable GUI layout
- Highly customizable
Well... Thought it was good at first based on the screen-shots. What I get on my Linux system is one long tall column. I can not get it to look like the screen-shot with the notes to the side. OK, got it, you have to get rid of the Tray-Icon as well.
The biggest criteria I needed was a non-online calendar opposite of say e.g. Google Calendar, I like my privacy, liberty, and freedom. Osmo works great, I can backup all past and future new Calendar dates which I do because I review Linux flavors all the time. It allows me review how I did things in the past and decide if need to tweak recipes etc. Works great for repetitive events and allows me to plan the future with a simple copy and paste. I use it as a journal with day colors and day categories so I can easily see whats coming up and plan properly, or review how I did something previously just find the day color and read the notes, maybe tweak something. If I need a new category I just open preferences and setup a new day category and find a color I like for it. The app is very powerful, it is the first app I open everyday.
It does need a print option from the notes tab so users don't have to use a separate program for printing notes. It also needs an option to "import files" when an upgrade has occurred or when re-installing OSMO. This is odd since it does have an "export files" option. In all the application works great, has plenty of options and I have had absolutely no problems with its current build. Great work y'all. Just needs some tweaking. ;-)
Nice todolist and contacts. a Link bettween todolist and contacts would have been a nice idea.
This is a fantastic little product that has recently have had many improvements; however, it is presently broken with the latest revision, it does not compile correctly and the contacts do not show up and you cannot use the contact list with any mail service.