Keep Track of Special Events with 123Greetings Connect

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123Greetings Connect lets you track Holidays, Birthdays, Anniversaries or other special events so you never forget to send a card to for someones special occasion and is the ideal way for you to keep track of all your friends and family members special dates.

So why would you use 123Greetings Connect?

123Greetings Connect is an online contact book that now includes event reminders which allows you to keep your track of peoples names, emails, birthdays, anniversaries or any other special occasion and then setup custom reminders so that you can get updates before a special occasion comes up. Using these notifications you can also use 123Greetings  to send eCards (even post date them so they always arrive on time and are never late) to your friends and family.

Featuring 123Greetings Connect Event Reminders:

All you have to do is sign up at 123Greetings Connect and create an account then start building your contact list. You can then configure Birthday reminders by clicking on “My Birthdays”

From here you can configure your Birthday Reminder settings and select when you want to be notified about birthdays, you can set to be notified up to two weeks before one of your contacts Birthday’s occur and again to be reminded on the same day.

In addition to configuring Birthday reminders you can use 123Greetings Connect to setup email reminders for calendar events. Using the “My Events” link you can drill down through the event categories and personalize your reminders so you only get notified about the events that matter to you.

Simply select the events that you want to be reminded about, click the “Save the selected events to My Events” button and you will get email notifications at the specified interval you set.

Using the My Events feature of 123Greetings Connect allows you to keep track of holidays and other calendar events so that you never forget to recognize someone on an event again.

-Justin Germino

Updated: July 23, 2010 — 7:46 am