If you a regular user of the Reminders app in iOS, it’s only natural that you would want to manage your tasks on either your Mac or PC. While the iPhone and iPad are terrific devices, often we find ourselves behind a desktop or laptop, making it a great place to keep productive. The options vary based on your operating system, but both make it incredibly easy to manage your reminders. I’ll cover how to use iCloud to sync reminders and how to use reminders on Mac and PC, along with the differences.
The handy Reminders app in iOS 8 is simple, yet robust way to manage your to-do lists between your iPhone, iPad and Mac. Heck, with the web based Reminders app, even PC users can manage their busy lives from their desktop computers. It’s not uncommon, nor is it difficult, to create ten or more lists. There is tremendous value to having multiple lists, each created with a specific set of tasks in mind. While you can use the search feature to seek out a specific reminder, grouping like-minded reminders is probably the best method from managing your day to day. […]
The Reminders app is a handy way to manage your to-do lists. As you start to create new lists and add reminders, it becomes just as important to delete them. It’s easy to add items, but getting things done requires checking off those important tasks. While creating scheduled reminders can certainly help, it’s a good idea to visit your lists daily and update your lists. Here’s how to mark reminders as completed and hide them in your lists. A basic, yet incredibly important tip for individuals serious about getting the most from the Reminders app.
Reminders in iOS 7 can be extremely useful, with an abundance of settings that include location, time and category. If you are creating reminder lists without any schedule attached to them, they can easily get lost in the sea of reminders. Your entire grocery list might not be a ideal for a time-based reminder, but maybe you’re running low on cat food. The thought of kitty serenading you at midnight to fill his or her dish because you failed to pick up food is a good enough incentive to make sure that to-do list item is checked off. Whether it’s […]
The Reminders app on your iPhone and iPad is a great way to create all types of lists. Whether you use it to share a grocery list, things you need to do for work or a school project, the Reminders app is a simple and effective way to manage your lists. Regardless of how you use reminders, using Siri with reminders in iOS can make it faster and easier to add, find or update your reminders and lists. So buckle in and let’s put Siri to work.
One of the apps which saw major UI changes with iOS 7 was the Reminders app, an incredibly useful app for making to-do lists and reminders of things you need to get done. Thanks to the magic of iCloud, the Reminders app syncs across all of your iOS devices, so your lists are always up to date. We’ll help you get started with creating reminders, how to schedule items and more.
Introduced with iOS 5, Apple’s very own Reminders app is a great way to create a to-do list or any list that may need to help you get organized. It’s easy, fast and can help you become more productive. Here is how to create lists and setup reminders on iPhone and iPad.
Apple’s Reminders app included in iOS 5 or greater is a wonderful, if at times simple list making application that is perfect for getting things done. Families, co-workers and friends can take advantage of sharing lists that update automatically through iCloud. One of the great features is to be reminded of a task or to-do when you reach a certain location. Read on for how to set up location based reminders in iOS 6 on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Whether you are using a shared reminders list or your own, this process remains the same. For the purpose of […]
If you have a friend or family member with an iPhone, iPad or Mac, it can be incredibly useful to be able to share a reminders list that will sync using iCloud. Reminders might look like a relatively basic app, but it can be a powerful solution to managing lists with friends, family or co-workers. Read on for how to share a reminder list on iCloud that you can access on your iPhone or iPad.