Show upcoming Outlook meetings on the Windows lock screen
where-to is a Python command-line utility that displays upcoming Outlook appointments on a Windows lock screen.
The package is available on pypi and can be installed from the command line by typing
pip install where-to
Once installed, a
where-to command will be added to your Python scripts
directory. You can run it to show the next appointment, all appointments for the
rest of the day only appointments due to start at this time.
where-to upcoming # shows all appointments for the rest of the day where-to next where-to now # appointments starting between 10 minutes ago and 15 minutes hence
Get more help via
where-to is built to be console-less, so that when invoked from a Windows scheduled
task it will not pop up an annoying console window. The help message (and indeed all output)
should be presented in an instance of the notepad editor. If this isn't working, or if for some
reason you want to see a display in a terminal window, the alternative executable
is also available. This can be combined with the
--display-mode list option to print appointments
rather than splash them on the lock screen.
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