Get­ting to know your way around Fan­tas­ti­cal

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1 The red area at the top of the screen dis­plays the month you are cur­rently look­ing at, but if you tap it you re­turn to the cur­rent date and time. On the left of the header is a Set­tings icon that can be used to fine-tune the app.

New Event

2Tap the New Event icon (+) to switch to cre­at­ing a new event (or re­minder). You can use nat­u­ral lan­guage to cre­ate an event, or use the Show De­tails icon to add spe­cific in­for­ma­tion.


3 By de­fault you see this DayTicker in Fan­tas­ti­cal’s icon. It shows small hor­i­zon­tal bars that re­late to each event. The length and po­si­tion of the coloured bars en­able you to view roughly the time and length of each event.

Search and Cal­en­dar

4 Drag the DayTicker down to re­veal this Search bar. Drag­ging the DayTicker down fur­ther re­veals the Cal­en­dar (which shows ev­ery day of the month and is used to jump to spe­cific days). Drag your fin­ger down again to pop the Cal­en­dar back up, and re­turn to the DayTicker.

Events List

5 Be­low the DayTicker is a list of all the events of the day. Tap­ping on an event brings up all the de­tails about it. You can scroll down through the Events List to find events ap­pear­ing in the fu­ture (the DayTicker or Cal­en­dar will ad­just au­to­mat­i­cally as you scroll through the list of events).






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