Scheduling Events and Tasks

by AltanaESP Pty Ltd

10 Add-ons in this Collection

Lightning by Mozilla Calendar Project

Organize your schedule and life's important events in a calendar that's fully integrated with your Thunderbird email. Manage multiple calendars, create your daily to do list, invite friends to events, and subscribe to public calendars.
Collector's Note 'Lightning' is a calendar extension which integrates well with Thunderbird. 'Lightning' also deals effectively with either one or more calenders (& related events, tasks). Able to easily convert emails into either a task or an event. Both tasks and events can also be converted back into an email with the minimum of effort and limiting the text that needs to be copied&pasted to convert - for example - an email to a task or an event to an email. These 'Lightning' extension features is a powerful addition to existing calendar functions, which allows for a more efficient way to enhance - and encourage - productive teamwork and collaborations using the Thunderbird email client as platform.

ThunderBirthDay by ingomueller.net

Rated 4 out of 5 stars 84 reviews

22,523 users

Display birthdays from the Thunderbird addressbooks as events in Lightning.
Collector's Note ThunderBirthDay is an add-on that creates one or more birthday calendar and use the "Birthday" field of address books to populate the calendar. It is handy in the sense that you can select the address book that is used for populating the birthday calendar. In this sense you can create different kinds of birthday calendars, when using different address books as source for different birthday calendars. For example: A birthday calendar for friends and a birthday calender for clients.

Lightning Month Tabs by jlx84

Rated 5 out of 5 stars 8 reviews

10,719 users

This addon adds month tabs into Lightning calendar month view
Collector's Note The Lightning Months Tab add-on extent standard calendar functions to include an easy selection option for different months to display when the calender is in the months view.

Year view by fabrix

Rated 4 out of 5 stars 46 reviews

4,852 users

Year view for calendar.
Collector's Note Standard Lightning Calendar features do not allow for a year planner display. It is often necessary, especially in the beginning of the year, to schedule important activities for the coming year. The Year view add-on, add this feature to the Lightning Thunderbird Calendar. However, exercise caution in using the year view feature, because when you have a number of calendars, it is easy to schedule yearly events for the wrong calendar.

Free/Busy by John Leveille

Rated 3 out of 5 stars 10 reviews

1,586 users

Publish free/busy calendar file (*.ifb) via ftp or to a file. View other people's free/busy info in meeting organizer window. Integrate Thunderbird and Outlook calendars without Exchange server.
Collector's Note When sharing calender information with others, the Free/Busy add-on provide you with the option to display events on your calender only as free/busy slots, instead of the appointment details. This feature only comes into effect when you share calendar information with others. Primary (source) calendars still display appointment or event details.

Purge Events Plus by Mark

Rated 4 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

1,202 users

Purge events from Sunbird and Lightning files and thereby cleanes the calendar

MultiBirthdaysReminder by Philippe Vigneau

Rated 5 out of 5 stars 4 reviews

428 users

Manage All Birthdays

Thanks to :
All donators for their very important support ;
All contributors with their remarks and translations ;
Sebastian Apel : this pluggin was inspired by its brilliant pluggin : Birthday Reminder
Collector's Note Thunderbird, apart from being an efficient email, events & task manager tool, it can also be used as a good contact manager. Providing that the 'MultiBirthdaysReminder' extension is installed. This extension adds a functionality of a birthday list to Thunderbird (using address book entries) that can be synchronised with a selected calender in Lightning. With this configuration you are reminded about upcoming birthdays. This function can also be extended to include other special dates such as - for example - the date of a contact's marriage anniversary.

Chromatasks by Philipp Kewisch

Rated 4 out of 5 stars 19 reviews

1,514 users

Color task rows with calendar color
Collector's Note Being able to colour-code task according to the calendar they belong too, is quite handy when you deal with different task scheduled for and spread over a number of different calendars. The Chromotasks add-on allows for a task display in the colour of its assigned calender.

More Snooze by Cyrille Nocus

Rated 5 out of 5 stars 5 reviews

1,424 users

This add allow to customize the snooze delay when snooze popup appears (lightning required).
Collector's Note The standard Thunderbird reminder of scheduling event and tasks, allows for limited 'Snooze for...' options, with the option to customize snooze settings. It frequently happens, as a result of scheduled changes and daily crises, that one would like to have more control over "how long" to reschedule (i.e. snooze the event or task). Especially scheduled tasks. The 'MoreSnooze' extension, allows to extent present default snooze options (i.e. rescheduling reminder options). Not not a major productivity booster... just addressing some of the little jackals of life.

Timeline by Teester

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars 36 reviews

1,423 users

A Timeline calendar view
Collector's Note The 'Timeline' extension isn't really an essential addition for Thunderbird. No earth shattering functionality is added to Thunderbird. HOWEVER, it helps towards productivity by providing a "timeline-ticker" at the bottom of the screen display. The "ticker scroll" calendar appointments and events as scheduled in lightning. When managing emails, tasks and telephone calls, this timeline display provide a birds eye view of "how well" the day is going and whether one is able keep up with the present scheduled pace. The 'Timeline' extension is something that one just glance at and "don't really make use of" ...till the day that it is no longer there.

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