Get Important Reminders In Ubuntu Linux With Tea Time

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Tea Time is a simple application for Ubuntu 11.04 users, which allows setting important desktop reminders. You can add a name for a specific task and set a time after which the reminder is to pop-up. Tea Time initiates a timer which counts backwards from the configured time to provide a system tray pop-up reminder. For example, you can set a 20 minute reminder for an important meeting, so that the pop-up message alerts you (after 20 mins) that it is now time for your meeting.

After launching Tea Time, add a reminder name on the left hand side text box and enter a time after which you wish to receive the reminder. Click Start Timer, to initiate the timer.

Reminder

Once the set time (e.g. 10 minutes) is over, a pop-up message will alert you of the task from the system tray. Multiple reminders can also be added simultaneously by simply clicking over the empty area of the timer.

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You can get Tea Timber from Rojtberg’s PPA at Launchpad from the download link given below.

Download Tea Timer

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  • Ernestas

    Anything else as an alternative to Tea Time? It only allows to set reminders of up to 1 hours in advance…

    • Grzesiek

      A bit late, I know, but now you can use Gnome Clocks for all the fancy timer stuff. And for events few days ahead you better take a look at calendar apps. 🙂