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Need software for tracking job applications

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I have been double submitted for a job and now disqualified. I use Word to track some submissions, but also enter keywords into Google. But the fact is it is haphazard.

Does anyone know of an an for the Mac (or Windows) for tracking events and that has a follow up date? I am thinking of that program from long-ago called Act! But I really want free and do not have very high expectations of features.

I do have MS Office 2011 for Mac and MS Office 2010 for Windows, but want not thinking of using that, but I could...


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Have you thought about trying a web app like http://applymate.com/
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