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Priority One


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InstallPriOnev1.75.sit_.hqx (1.54 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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priority-one-1.8.sit (1.08 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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Priority One is a Personal Information Manager (PIM) that is designed to be intuitive and simple to use. It is designed as a personal schedule organizer. By keeping the scope of the program on the individual and not a workgroup, the interface is allowed to remain uncluttered. Put the personal back into PIM.

Priority One is the latest upgrade to the award winning program First Things First. If you are a busy person (everyone that I know is) and need something to help you keep track of all of your tasks, Priority One is just the thing. It allows you to easily manage hundreds (even thousands) of events and ideas. As long as you type it in, you will never again forget those great ideas that just slip away just because you are a busy person.

The real power of Priority One is its ability to help you manage all of those little tasks that you have to complete. Remind yourself of meetings, deadlines and important events and be alerted right on your desktop. The floating icon will turn into a flashing in box when you have unfinished items. You can delete the reminder or just snooze it until later; when you have more time, it will remind you again. Never forget birthdays, anniversaries or special dates with recurring reminders. Make sure that you are prepared in advance of a meeting with the advanced warning feature. Priority One will help you to keep track of all of the things that slip through the cracks.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

As of Mac OS 9.1, the "DesktopClock" extension that provides the floating clock and automatic reminders will crash and lock up the system. You will have to disable the extension, but you can still use Priority One minus the DesktopClock functionality.

Version 1.8 hangs when trying to install on Mac OS 9.2.2 for me