One subscription fee – as many diaries as you like. Yes, really. One diary is automatically created for you. You add as many extra diaries as you want. (Pro version only)
What others say about us
The internetDiary has been a life saver for me and an invaluable tool for my business, as my calls and my diary are often managed by various members of my team. Of course it’s great value for money and that is an added bonus…
Your diary was exceptional and I will be back … to take advantage of its value and efficiency!
Thanks for the assistance. It’s great to find a company that cares enough to really help!
Love the diary so far…
We have been using your free trial and have found the system useful and user friendly…
internetDiary has provided me with a simple, easy to use, reliable web based diary system for many years. Reliance on such an important tool to remember appointments and important dates have proved invaluable to me and I would recommend to any private individual or company to use them.
Cool usability features
Select any time from 15 minutes to a week before the event and internetDiary will do the rest, sending each person a reminder by your preferred contact method. Never miss another appointment or forget someone’s birthday again.
Diary UK Limited was formed in March 2004 by Steve Webb and Ray McGinty after they failed to find any existing software which would do exactly what they wanted. They were looking for a diary service they could access anywhere, which could keep all of their contacts in one place and would allow others to view or edit their schedule.
They had used Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook before, but were frustrated by their complexity, and the fact that they couldn’t be accessed when away from the company network. They wanted something which would give them the same functionality, or better, with a more intuitive interface, that would work from any internet connected device anywhere in the world.
They searched long and hard, and tried many online services, but none they found were up to the mark. So they decided to build their own! The result is internetDiary.