Happy-Days way: Enter anniversaries into the
Notes fields of a contact.
This process differs slightly for birthdays and other anniversaries:
Datessection in your contact. Just click the red
+sign to add another date to that section.
Anniversary, but you can give it a custom name by selecting
Notes fields of contacts.
Inspired by that, BirthdayScanner X does a similar thing, enabling the user to maintain anniversaries in the
Notes field of an Address Book contact.
This is very easy. Just add your anniversaries to the notes field of a contact in this form:
* "anniversary": "YYYY-MM-DD"
Each anniversary must start with an asterix (*), followed by the name of the anniversary, followed by a colon (:), followed by the date of the anniversary in the form YYYY-MM-DD (four digits year, two digits month, two digits day).
You can still freely add other text to the
Notes field of the contact. Whatever BirthdayScanner X does not understand, it will just quietly ignore.
"* Birthday: 1972-02-17"
"* Wedding Day: 1992-06-01"
"* Son's Birthday: 1996-11-29"