Cozi.com Makes Family Planning Easy

Give Pioneer Square’s Cozi.com a go and the pieces of your hectic life just might fall into place.
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Since organization is an ongoing occupation for busy parents, finding the perfect calendar system can be trial after trial, error after error.  A suggestion? Give Pioneer Square’s Cozi.com a go and the pieces of your hectic life just might fall into place. The online family organizer, created by ex-Microsofties Robbie Cape and Jan Miksovsky, is a free service with easy-to-use tools that make structure seem  achievable. (Cozi’s more than 2 million registered users suggest it’s doing something right.) Each family member gets a specific color, so keeping track of which child is doing what is a breeze. Extra features, such as weekly agendas, can be e-mailed to clients. There’s an iPhone/Android app for the organizer, and Outlook calendars can be customized and synched to it, a great way for working parents to stay in the loop.

 

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