Hi, this is Gary with MacMost, now. On today's episode, let me show you To-Do Items in I-Cal. Now, To-Do Items in I-Cal are different than a vent. Vents have a specific date and time to them, but To-Do Items can be added with no specific date and time, even though you can add alarms. Now, in the future, in line, these are going to be called Reminders, but the functionality is the same. So in I-Cal, I can add a new Event. I could just go to File, New Event, but under that, I could do New To-Do and command K is the shortcut for that. When I do, I get a list of To-Do items on the right, and I'll just name this one, like that. Now, if I double-click, I'll get a little pop-up there that allows me to set more information. I can give it a priority; I can also give it a due date. So, let me set it for a couple of days in the future, and I can set an alarm for that To-Do date, just like I can for, uh, an Event. So I can have it do a message, an email, uh, run a script - whatever I want. I can also set what calendar it goes to and some notes, like a URL, or just some text information. So, notice now that I've got this To-Do Item and it's set for a due date of the 14th; it's not in the calendar, though. There's no Event there. These are separate from items in the calendar. On an accomplished task, I can check it off, and it's done. Now, To-Do Item, just like an Event, is attached to a calendar, so you can see why its color is attached to my home calendar. I can change that, and, uh, say, set it to go to my work calendar, and you can see it changes color to match that one. I can also have it be part of another type of calendar, say, a mobile-me, or maybe in the future it'll be an I-Cloud Calendar. Uhm, and hopefully that just syncs across devices. One neat thing you can do with To-Do Items, if you decide they need to be in the calendar - you can actually drag and drop them onto a date there, and it'll create an event from that. And then you can just delete the To-Do Item, and it remains there in your calendar. Likewise, you can take an event and drag it to become a To-Do Item, and it retains the Event there, and you can leave it in the calendar, or delete it. You can sort To-Do Items by clicking on the top there, and you can sort them by due date, priority, uh, just alphabetically, uhm, or you can have a manual sort, which then allows you to drag and drop them into any order you want. The little pin down, at the bottom of I-Cal, right here, allows you to hide or show the list of To-Do Items. Now, to be sure, there are a lot better applications out there for putting To-Do Lists together. But, if you just need some basic functionality, and perhaps you're already using I-Cal for various things, this is a good way to do it. Now, we already know that there will be a new reminder's app in IOS 5 for the I-pad and I-phone. Hopefully, this will in-sync with these To-Do Items or Reminders in I-Cal in line. We'll just have to wait and see if that's the case. Til next time, this is Gary with MacMost, now.