Why doesn’t Apple make Calendar items easier to view from the Menubar? Our favorite Mac maker might have reasons, but that lack of attention to a useful feature leaves the door open to clever Mac app developers. Take a look at CalendarMenu.
It’s the Calendar, in the Menubar. CalendarMenu.
Even better than simply displaying Calendar events with a click, regardless of which app you’re using at the moment, CalendarMenu is customizable, with multiple looks and different capabilities.
CalendarMenu isn’t really a mini-Calendar, but it does what you need with a click– display all Calendar events. It displays a difference between an event and an all-day event, including spanning multiple days. There’s a weekly and daily overview, too.
Some functionality is enabled in CalendarMenu without opening the Calendar app, including setting reminders as finished, changing reminder lists, and hiding reminders without a due date.
There’s more going on in CalendarMenu than meets the eye and it’s a worthy addition to the Mac’s already overcrowded Menubar.