Quick Add to Calender from S note?

MaxBuck

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S planner is the calendar.
OK, so what she calls "S-Planner" is our "Calendar" app. Do we similarly have "S-Memo" app only under a different name?

It does seem easy enough to enter appointments in the Calendar using the pen, though the "smart" time stamp (inputting "tomorrow" puts the appointment tomorrow) doesn't appear to work.
 

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Max do you have the note 2 currently? Yes the s planner she refers too is our calendar and yes s memo is our s note which opens when we release the s pen.

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Max do you have the note 2 currently? Yes the s planner she refers too is our calendar and yes s memo is our s note which opens when we release the s pen.
Yes, I do. The "smart entry" that the video depicts (i.e., "lunch tomorrow" enters a lunch appointment on the next calendar day) doesn't seem to work with my Note2. That "menu link" to the calendar doesn't appear on my S-note screen.
 

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So how do you get it to work? I can't seem to figure it out

1. Open the SPlanner, AKA The Calender.
2. Press the + button located in the upper right corner.
3. Press Quick Add in the upper left corner.
4. Type or write away.
5. Click save in the upper right corner.

Side note: You can also do it with voice by pressing the mike on the keyboard.
 

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Yes, I do. The "smart entry" that the video depicts (i.e., "lunch tomorrow" enters a lunch appointment on the next calendar day) doesn't seem to work with my Note2. That "menu link" to the calendar doesn't appear on my S-note screen.

To find the Calendar, open the apps draw find the calendar icon and launch. You could put a shortcut on one of your home screens from there.
 

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1. Open the SPlanner, AKA The Calender.
2. Press the + button located in the upper right corner.
3. Press Quick Add in the upper left corner.
4. Type or write away.
5. Click save in the upper right corner.

Side note: You can also do it with voice by pressing the mike on the keyboard.

Notbthe same. I wannted to have a note going while on the phone really quick and then when yhe call is done import it to the calender.

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To find the Calendar, open the apps draw find the calendar icon and launch. You could put a shortcut on one of your home screens from there.
I don't have a problem finding the calendar.

I figured out how to do this (smart entries), by the way. "Smart" entries are accessed via S-Voice, which counter-intuitively doesn't necessarily have anything to do with voice. If you open up S-Voice and either say, or write (with pen), or type (on keyboard) "Alarm 9:00 am," it will set a single-day alarm for 9 am tomorrow. Really slick.
 

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I don't have a problem finding the calendar.

I figured out how to do this (smart entries), by the way. "Smart" entries are accessed via S-Voice, which counter-intuitively doesn't necessarily have anything to do with voice. If you open up S-Voice and either say, or write (with pen), or type (on keyboard) "Alarm 9:00 am," it will set a single-day alarm for 9 am tomorrow. Really slick.

Mine worked too. Verizon Note2. Actually very cool!

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I don't have a problem finding the calendar.

I figured out how to do this (smart entries), by the way. "Smart" entries are accessed via S-Voice, which counter-intuitively doesn't necessarily have anything to do with voice. If you open up S-Voice and either say, or write (with pen), or type (on keyboard) "Alarm 9:00 am," it will set a single-day alarm for 9 am tomorrow. Really slick.

Awesome good to know

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