Whether you use Calendar or Reminders on OS X, it’s something of a love hate relationship. We love to populate Calendar with events and put up reminders in Reminders. What we usually hate is the alerts when something is due. Snooze is a handy feature but not exactly customizable.
What we need is SnoozeMaster, because 15 minutes of snooze after an alert just isn’t enough. Or, it’s too much.
SnoozeMaster customizes the snooze function to last for 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, an hour, or whatever you want. Create a snooze list for events and reminders.
This functionality really needs to be built into OS X’s Calendar and Reminders.
SnoozeMaster is simple enough to setup but there are a few caveats. Calendar and Reminder alerts need to be set to None so their pop up won’t appear.
Some types of Calendar events cannot be modified to use the SnoozeMaster option (Delegate calendars are an example).
Otherwise, what you get with SnoozeMaster is an option to control the snooze alarm time for Calendars and Reminders.