of In My Diary is now available, intended for both
standard and self-contained versions on Windows, MacOX and Linux.Download fromhttp://www.inmydiary.co.uk/download.php#
There have been two major advances in this issue - Automatic syncing with
Google calendar, and a remote backup facility. These have been fully
documented in the revised Help file available on-line and from within the program.Update details
1. Automatic syncing FROM Google calendar is now an option, and much easier syncing
TO Google calendar. This is a feature that has been requested by many users and,
though not entirely automatic in both directions makes the flow of data between
In My Diary and phones and tablets so much easier. See below for further details.
2. A remote backup facility now allows you to select a location
(additional drive, network drive or cloud folder) and, with one click, make a
date-stamped copy of ALL your data (Diary, Options, Journal, Password Manager data)
3. CSV export of name and addresses for mail-merge to 3rd-party label system.
4. Encryption password recovery procedure changed (for the benefit of users with web-based email clients)
5. Options window redesigned for smaller screens
6. Email messages don't produce '&&' for '&' now.
7. All day tickbox bug cured
8. A new entry or a deleted entry corrupted a current ical export list. This is now cured.Further details about Syncing with Google calendar
You have a choice to:
1. Keep your diary data on a local machine but also have your Google calendar data load when you load your usual diary file.
2. Keep your diary data on your local machine but be able to add Google calendar data when you choose.
3. Keep your diary data on your local machine but be able to look at your Google calendar entries in In My Diary (as an 'additional' diary) and decide whether to add them.
4. Use Google calendar as your only data source with no local data kept on my machine.