If a simple alarm clock can have a snooze button then why doesn’t the Mac? After all, those Calendar and Reminders alerts and alarms can be annoying, and it’s easy to ignore them for the moment to finish up something, and then forget about it altogether. Enter SnoozeMaster.
You Snooze, You Don’t Lose
Just between us Mac users, I love the snooze button. SnoozeMaster brings the same basic functionality of the alarm clock snooze button but applies it to the alerts and alarms in Calendar and Reminders.
Snoozes can be setup for any time length– 1 minute, 2 minutes, 10 minutes, an hour. There’s even an adjustable setting to create a snooze time period on the fly.
SnoozeMaster is smarter than the snooze button on your alarm clock. You can set the snooze from any moment.
That means snooze works before an event starts, before it ends, after an event starts, and even after it ends.
Snoozes can be set to minutes, hours, or days. The snooze setup is a simple interface that’s mostly self explanatory. Select the Calendar Event or Reminder. Select the snooze.
I don’t know of another Mac app that does what SnoozeMaster does, but I’ve run into a couple of minor issues. It works great with Reminders, but certain types of Calendar evens, particularly those sent to use a .ics files in email, have extra steps to initiate, and Delegate calendar events cannot be snoozed.
Other than that, nifty and neat, indeed.