Simply enter the date and time of a future event and the countdown creator will generate a timer that will begin counting down to the event's date and time.
And not only will the calculator count down the time in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds, but it will also give the total time stated in each of the latter time units.
Plus, you also have the option of having the calculator remember your event for future visits -- in which case the updated timer will magically appear at the top of this page without you having to enter anything or press any buttons (so long as you access the page from the same computer and web browser that you created the timer with).
Here are just a few ideas for using the countdown calculator to count down to a special occasion or event:
So enter your special occasion or event below, and let the calculator count down the time for you!
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Event title: Enter the event title you want to appear in the timer heading. This is especially useful if you want the calculator to remember your event on your next visit, as the title and the updated event timer will automatically appear at the top of the page.
Date to count down to: Select the month and day and enter the 4-digit year for the date you wish to create an event timer for.
Time to count down to: If the event has a time associated with it, select the appropriate hour, minute, and second. If no particular time is associated with the event you can set the time to whatever time makes the most sense to you.
Remember event for next visit?: If you want the countdown calculator to remember your event on your next visit, select Yes. Otherwise select No. If you select Yes you will see your updated countdown timer at the top of this page on your next visit. Note that in order for this feature to work you must have your web browser set to accept cookies (see below if you don't know what "cookies" are), and you must access the countdown calculator from the same computer and web browser you used to create the timer.
Cookies: Tiny text-only files that are placed in a special folder on your computer that websites use to recall information from your previous visits. Each small text file (cookie) can only be accessed and read by the website that created it (in this case, free-online-calculator-use.com).