App Store :: Set Geo-fence Size For Reminders In IOS 6?
Jun 29, 2012
Couldn't find the appropriate place to post this as there is not a discussion group related to the reminders app.In the upcoming IOS6 release will the user be able to set the geo-fence size for a reminder created on the ios device?†
for example, I would like to be reminded when i am within 5 km of a restaurant I keep forgetting to try.
When I am within 2 km of a costco, remind me to go there and buy milk.the apps in the appstore that claim to do this are very rudimentary and do not function well.†
I had a "To Do" list in iCal running Lion. I just upgraded to Mavericks and now have Calendar and Reminders. My "To Do"s did come across into Mavericks and Reminders.¬†
I found my "To Do" list in Reminders in that when I click "Today" I see reminders for today. When I click on any date on the calendar I see reminders for that day. On my "To Do" list in iCal and Lion I often had items that I didn't have a date on. I called them "Unscheduled".¬† Now for my question.¬†
How can I find my unscheduled items, i.e. those with no due date?¬† How do I get to them? My process used to include reviewing my unscheduled items and if any of them should need to be done, I'd add a date at that time.
Info: MacBook Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), Reminders
My reminders app is not syncing across all of my devices. For example when I complete a reminder "Grocery Shopping". I mark it completed on my iPhone however it does not show completed on my Mac nor completed on my iPad Mini. I am signed in to iCloud on all of my devices with the same user name and password.
Using iCal 4.0 with Snow Leopard 10.6.1 on Intel iMac. Recurring reminders pop up with the entire history of the reminder. For example, when it's time to remind me of a monthly meeting on Oct. 15, 2009, I'll get a whole laundry list of reminders dating back to, say, March 15, 2008. I've tried eliminating the Calendar Cache but that didn't help.
I was wondering if there is any way to get rid of the update reminders that show up when my mac runs the software updates. Like the list that is displayed and it will say like itunes, iphoto, security update etc. I have like ten updates for different programs that I dont want to update but everytime I run a check for updates those are still on the list. For example there is an Garage band update that I dont want but it still is on the list. How can I remove these? I dont want to uninstall any updates or anything like that. Ive seen posts on that topic before.
I just installed Growl ( using it with Evernote ) and noticed it has Speech announcements ( rather then the little box that pops up on screen) Is there a way to some how set it to where when my iCal appts or reminders pop up on screen from iCal to have it go thru Growl or something? So that way i can get speech reminders? I am new to Mac so not sure how anything really works but i did search a little on Google and i think it can be done, just dont technically know how...
Have just moved from MobileMe to iCloud. iCal is syncing properly across iMac and iPhone, but not Air. Similar problems with Address Book. Express Lane "help" was unhelpful - suggested I phone Apple Care. The warranty on my Air is probably long up. Asked if they would help anyway as I've just upgraded to Lion.
I would like to use the 24 hour clock and not have to work about the extra step of AM or PM.¬† Can I set a preference to use the 24 hour clock with Reminders?¬† I can set it with my clock display on the computer but I do not know who to correct with the supporting apps.
Info: MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
The Reminders App does not work on Yosemite (10.10.1) with two iCloud accounts. It seems like when there are two iCloud accounts connected in Yosemite (10.10.1) the plist file for Reminders disappears.¬†
I have tried restarting Reminders; restarting the mac; starting the mac in recovery mode to repair the disk and disk permissions; and starting the mac in recovery mode and reinstalling OSX.
Info: MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Yosemite (10.10.1)
The Reminders App have become unusable.¬† I unable to create a new Reminder or modify an existing one.¬† Every time I want to make a change in a field in the individual Reminder window it closes.¬† This makes creation and updating impossible.¬† From time to time the App just crashes for no apparent reason.¬†
I am using a 27-inch, Late 2013 iMac, 3,5 GHz Intel Core i7, OS X 10.9.4 (13E28).¬†
Since Reminders was released, I have had them synced fine between my phone and computer. However, in the past week this is no longer happening. I'd like to turn on my reminders on both my iPhone and MacBook without turning on my iCloud calendar sync. However, it seems that on the iPhone end of things, I can choose to turn on just reminders, while on my computer they are lumped together in the same checkbox (see images.)¬†
I would be okay with syncing them via my gmail, but again there is a discrepancy in the options I have. On my phone, no reminders option exists, but on my accounts tab on my laptop, there it is: reminder sync with gmail! I have also posted images of this.¬†I found out that if you turn on calendars AND reminders on both ends, then the reminders work. Which is not what I want.¬†
So my question: how can I sync reminders with my computer from my phone, without having to sync my iCloud calendar? Note that i use google calendar exclusively, for work/personal use. I have NEVER used iCloud calendar, never had it synced, and my reminders have worked fine until now.¬†¬†
UPDATE: before, i could get reminders to work by turning reminders+calendars on and off on both devices in iCloud. now it doesn't work at all, no matter what!¬†
So I've recently migrated back to Mail after a long hiatus and set up my Gmail account with IMAP. I like Mail 3.0, but one bug could be a deal breaker for me:I don't like the notes feature and don't plan to use it. However, there are four mystery notes that keep reappearing in my Reminders. I don't remember creating them, and whenever I delete them they reappear about 5 minutes later. They are all blank and always have the same timestamp, too. I've tried junking them, I've tried deleting the Notes mailbox itself, even deleting it on google's end.
I recently switched to mac. I am using Entourage and these Office Reminders pop up on reminders on emails or calendar events. Well, what's annoying, is that I can not click these events or open them. E.g. I am alerted to a conference call, I click it to open and grab the dial in number and nothing happens. I even tried command+O and nothing.
Today I had installed Netflix's Silverlight app to watch some movies on my 27" iMac running 10.5.8. Last night I had installed Developer tools. Today, after a restart my date/time was set to a date in 2000. On opening date/time it then showed the correct date. Later I started the computer up and Mail with iCal is sending out hundreds (up to 240 now) of old reminder emails (the system date is showing as today). I Force Quit Mail and it immediately starts up again. I got rid of my Mail and iCal prefs, restarted and immediately it starts up again. First the iCal reminder box pops up, then it launches Mail and then there it goes. Force Quit mail and it comes right back to life line in a horror movie. How can I kill this gosh darn thing. I am running a permission repair with Disk Utilities and it is finding many many permissions to fix. When it is done I will restart.
I just upgraded to MacOSx 10.9.3 (Mavericks) from Mountain Lion. Apple Mail can no longer create a reminder by dragging an email into the reminders icon on the bottom app bar. This was a great function. Was it discontinued in Mavericks, or is this a flaw that I can fix by changing a setting somehow?
It seems that Outlook 2011 Reminders switch the active screen (when using multiple spaces in OSX which I always do) when they pop.¬† This seems to happen whether I have the reminders set to appear on all desktops or just the first desktop.¬† This is hugely annoying when I am in a fullscreen app (e.g. parallels) and suddenly I'm warped over to the first screen again.¬†I'm talking about spaces functionality in OSX, not multiple monitors.¬† This feature. OS X Mavericks: Work in multiple spaces¬†
why the iphoto library file size in the finder appears to be a certain size, while iphoto itself reports a very different size. Is there any way to recover any disk space or reconcile the numbers here? Please see the attachments below, it may make a bit more sense that way. I would like to recover the disk space and if it really is a 16gb difference somewhere.
i'm trying to get the file size displayed in the finder.i can right click on an individual file to 'get info' and find the size, but can the size be displayed routinely in the finder?†i tried to 'view options' but 'size' and 'calculate size' are greyed out and cannot be checked.