Google Adds Reminders To Google Calendar

7 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Google Calendar will let you view and complete your Reminders.

Google Calendar continues to add new features to its already lengthy list, and for those that use Reminders quite a bit and have wished they could do it all within the mobile Calendar app, the wait is almost over.For all the G-Cal users out there, the company just launched a new feature called “Reminders” that will put your obligations front and center on your schedule. Beginning this week, Reminders will find their way into the mobile Google Calendar app, which will make it even easier to see any upcoming Reminders in the days and weeks ahead.

Every time you add a new task to your to-do list, it will show up on your Google Calendar every day until you swipe it as complete. (Because Google knows that sometimes the only way to get you to send that thank you card or schedule your next dentist appointment is to remind you constantly.) “Calendars are great for keeping track of what’s next, and to-do’s are great for keeping track of what’s important, but we often manage them separately, so it’s hard to see what’s going on,” the company says in its video explaining the feature. “With Reminders in Google Calendar, you now have a single way to manage your day.” It sounds like a pretty minor product update, but personally I am sincerely excited to try it out. This should make it easier to have it all in a one-stop-shop, with the Reminders now visible within the Calendar app, but as well as all of your other calendars you might have synced, too. I have been obsessed with Google Keep for the past few years, but I often find myself making to-do lists that I then forget to look back on or keep up with. Let’s say you were to have a meeting with someone, by setting a reminder and inviting the person using their email, they will get notified when the time for the meeting is arriving.

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