The window will be also displayed when Hot Alarm Clock is launched if any events have occurred while it was not running.
The window can contain a list of events. You can select any event to edit it or view its additional description. In the Due in column, you can see how much each event is overdue.
You can delay all events by a specified time by clicking the Snooze button or via the drop-down menu. When the time expires, the window will reappear.
Clicking the Close button will immediately close the window, and all listed events will be stopped. If any sound has been defined for the event, the sound will stop too.
In the bottom of the window, you can see a toolbar with additional buttons for controlling an event: Snooze, Dismiss, Start, Stop, Restart, Edit, and Delete. These buttons let you control a single event only, the one currently selected in the list. For example, you can use them to delay one event, and stop all other events. The button for stopping the sound also appears on the bottom toolbar.
In the bottom right corner of the window you can see the pin button. That button lets you turn on the "topmost" display mode for the Reminder window to place it above all other windows.
You can customize the Reminder window's style via the Options dialog box.