Calendar and personal organizer
  14 reviews

This package contains KOrganizer, a calendar and scheduling program.

KOrganizer aims to be a complete program for organizing appointments, contacts, projects, etc. KOrganizer natively supports information interchange with other calendar applications, through the industry standard vCalendar personal data interchange file format. This eases the move from other modern PIMs to KOrganizer.
Latest reviews
Achede_hd 8 months ago

I just espected to login to my Google Calendar, Sync it and enable desktop notifications, not possible.

atat 8 months ago

Worked pretty much perfectly until I turned my machine off and on again. Now I get an error when I try to launch: Segmentation fault (core dumped). Uninstalling and then re-installing the program did not resolve this issue.

Chondroisamine 9 months ago

In Mint 20 Cinnamon, I cannot set the time of an appointment. It always defaults to 24 hours. Using the mouse to drag the appointment does not work as a workaround because it reverts to 24 hours. This renders the software unusable for me.

longnguyen2306 2 years ago

Very good app. Please keep on the development!

ManInHighCastle 3 years ago

must have it !!! 6+

EdmundF 4 years ago

Missing option in Mint18 xfce Cannot confige date and time and it doesn't even see sound files, so no sound alarm

commanderzero13 5 years ago

Great for managing my schedule, especially for school. I can see what is do when and can add information on the assignment. My one wish, that it had the option to make custom calendar notes, such as 'blue color for school, green for personal, red for business' or something

jahid_0903014 6 years ago

so so

erenor 6 years ago

Does what it's supposed to do. Can be improved, of course.

jinlong 7 years ago

I don't know about most people, but I just sync with clouds. Their GUIs are usually more appealing and they're far more versatile.

Maurice045 8 years ago

Unweildy & Clunky, also installs unwanted Akonadi Suite

kowari 9 years ago

wonderful piece of software

mantalos 10 years ago

At last a professional calendar! Just like iCal. But graphics need some improvements.

RytronII 10 years ago

This is by far my favorite calendar app in GNU/Linux.