Our firm enters a lot of tasks in the calendar. However, when we have multiple tasks due on the same day, it is difficult to determine what we should do first. Is there any way to prioritize tasks so that they are in the order in which they need to get done?   Read More...


When I open the Daily Calendar, I want to see my incomplete tasks or event reminders. Is this possible?   Read More...


We want some of our calendar codes to have a specific alarm time set. Is this possible?   Read More...


Is there any place in the software where I can see both my calendar and hours worked at the same time?   Read More...


At our office, our User IDs are based on our first initial and last name. Someone at our office recently got married and wants their User ID updated accordingly. However, we mistakenly created a new User ID with their new name instead of changing the existing one. As a result, they have Calendar entries in PracticeMaster belonging to both versions of their name. Is there a way to merge those?   Read More...


Did you know that PracticeMaster has a new dashboard in Version 19? The dashboard makes it easy to see your calendar for the day, your upcoming tasks, and a quick recap of the time you entered.   Read More...


I have a Calendar Plan Template set up that I use quite often. One of the Calendar entries requires the Location field be filled in, but not always with the same value. Since the rest of the entry is already prepared, is there an easy way to fill in a manual value other than having to stop the process?   Read More...


We frequently use the Alarm setting on our Calendar entries. If I have a task in the Calendar that is to be attended by two other colleagues, and one of us clears the alarm, does that also clear the alarm for the other users?   Read More...


I love the way the Calendar Plans work, but I’d also like to have a new Task record created with an appropriate Due Date based on when the previous Task was completed. For example, after I send the check to the filing clerk, I need a task to confirm I’ve received the file marked petition from the clerk.   Read More...


Is it possible to have alarms turned on by default for certain calendar records?   Read More...


Is there any way I can change the number of days shown in the Daily Calendar?   Read More...


I've created several custom fields in my Calendar and Contact files (e.g., Docket No.). Is there a way I can get the new fields to sync over to Outlook?   Read More...


I have two calendar codes that use the same description. Is there a way I can see which calendar code has been used the most so I can remove the other?   Read More...


I have many meetings scheduled throughout the day and some of them only last a few minutes. When I look at the Daily Calendar, there are sometimes multiple meetings on one line and I can’t clearly see what is coming up for the day. Is there any way to change how my meetings are displayed so that I have a better idea of what all I have scheduled?   Read More...


You may already be set up to synchronize your calendar and contacts between PracticeMaster and Microsoft Outlook via your Exchange server, but using the Platinum Exchange Connector has so many more great benefits!   Read More...


All-Day Activities are taking up a significant portion of the Daily Calendar display. Is there any way I can reduce the number of activities that are shown?   Read More...


With Tabs3 Connect, you can see your entire firm’s calendar, not just your appointments, wherever you are. Because Tabs3 Connect accesses the PracticeMaster calendar back at the office, you can schedule meetings while you’re away, link them to a specific client and matter, and include other people from your office.   Read More...


I want a reminder to be shown a week prior to my hearings in addition to the alarm I have set on the record. However, I also want the reminder to synchronize to my Outlook calendar. How can I accomplish this?   Read More...


We want to add some holidays that our firm observes to the predefined holiday calendar in PracticeMaster. How can we accomplish this?   Read More...