If you haven’t set up recurring events on your BlackBerry calendar, you’re probably not getting the most out of it. There are so many things that happen every week or every month, and we can easily lose track of them. Even if we have them set up to happen automatically, such as a bill payment, a reminder can help in many ways. Here’s a quick tutorial on setting up and then editing recurring calendar events. Creating a recurring event is just like creating a regular event. In your calendar you’ll click the BlackBerry button and select New Appointment. After you’ve filled out the details, scroll down and you’ll see a section labeled Recurrence. Here you can select whether it recurs daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. If it’s monthly, you can have it recur on the same date every month (i.e., the 13th of every month), or you can have it save the relative date (i.e., the second Friday of every month) by checking the Relative Date box, as seen in the screen shot. Once you complete and save this appointment, your BlackBerry calendar will create a new event for each recurrence. If you want to edit an event you can scroll to it on the calendar. If you want to edit a specific occurrence, you have to go to that one. If you want to edit the whole series, you can go to any of them. When you find the event you want to edit it, click on it. Your BlackBerry will ask you whether you want to open the whole series, or just the single event. Here you can add reminders and other details that you didn’t when you first created the recurring event. This works even better if you’re editing a single date, since you can add specific reminders for that occurrence. You can also add notes to a single occurrence and not have it show up on the others in the series.