How to create sub-reminders on iPhone, iPad and Mac

With the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS, the productivity of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch has really reached a remarkable level. Obviously inside there are quite advanced functions, but also small details that allow a much more functional use of the app. Today we want to focus on one of these, and in particular, on the possibility of creating sub-reminders in the “Reminder” app, present as standard on all devices of the Cupertino company.

How to create sub-reminders on iPhone, iPad and Mac
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Create sub-reminders on iOS

The aforementioned function has the objective of grouping in a single “parent” reminder, many reminders belonging to the same category. This therefore allows you to create a sort of folder, within the chosen list. Let’s see how to do it right away.

  • Open the “Reminder” app on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
  • Choose a list from those created and present in “My lists”
  • Click on “New reminder” at the bottom, to create the “Parent”
  • Continue with “i” on his right
  • Choose the item “Secondary activities” and then “Add reminder”
  • Add the desired sub-reminders
  • Conclude with “Done”

A reminder already created, you can also swipe the element from left to right to carry out the “Return” procedure.

Create sub-reminders on Mac

The same operation can obviously also be completed on Mac. In this case, however, the machine must be updated to the “Catalina” version of macOS.

  • Open the “Reminder” app on Mac
  • Choose a list from those created and present in “My lists”
  • Click on “+” at the top right, to create the “Parent”
  • Click on “+” again to create the sub-reminder
  • Select the sub-reminder with the right mouse button (or with two fingers on the trackpad)
  • Conclude with “Increase reminder return”


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About Tarun Bhardwaj

Tarun Bhardwaj is a fan of the world of video games for PCs since childhood, from the days of games on Floppy Disk and the last glories of the Commodore, reading magazines such as PC Gamer, Games For his Computer and many others. Even the other platforms intrigue him, but the first love never forgets.

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