Comment 3 for bug 1362803

There's at least 2 ways to schedule an alert: Clock and Calendar

With the current Clock design, you should indeed be able to set an alarm
within the next 23h59m

I would leave the option of scheduling an event beyond the 24h to the
Calendar app

On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 9:55 PM, Nekhelesh Ramananthan <
<email address hidden>> wrote:

> ** Changed in: ubuntu-clock-app
> Importance: Undecided => High
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> Title:
> Clock should support creating one-time alarms on any day of the
> current week
>
> Status in Clock application for Ubuntu devices:
> New
> Status in Ubuntu UX bugs:
> New
>
> Bug description:
> It is a common use-case to create an one-time alarm on any day in the
> current week. For instance creating a early morning alarm to wake up
> for a flight which doesn't require a repeating alarm. This is
> supported by clock apps of other platforms like Android.
>
> Ofcourse there are some details that need to be fleshed out like, for
> instance if today was Wednesday and the user is trying to create a
> one-time alarm on Tuesday 14:00, then that alarm will be set for the
> next week Tuesday. But this is something that should be quite easy to
> implement. Just requires design and approval from design team.
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