2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-06-01 01:17
In iOS 13, Apple made many improvements to Reminders, including the ability to personalize lists. This allowed users to add colored icons to make it easier to find and organize lists. But in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 (a detailed look at new features), Apple made another major improvement in the appearance options for reminders.
Now you are no longer limited by the icons provided for your reminder lists. You can choose one of the additional characters as well as any emoji emoji from the virtual keyboard. We'll share the latest improvements to personalized lists in Reminders in iOS, where emojis and symbols are now available.
How to make a list in "Reminders"
1. Open the "Reminders" application on your iPhone or iPad, create a new list using the "Add. list”or select an existing one.
2. Click the More icon (three dots in a circle) in the upper-right corner and select Title and Style.
3. At the top you will see the name of your list, as well as its current icon and color. You may also notice that a few more new symbols have become available in iOS 14. You can now also select icons such as document, book, building, tent, etc.
4. To use emoji emoticons as the name of the list, tap the emoticon icon in the upper left corner of the character selection panel. Now just find any emoji you like! You can choose anything from an emoticon to an animal, from a sport to a flag. All emoticons on the virtual keyboard are now at your disposal.
If you use emoji for your list, the color of your choice will be the background for the centrally located emoji icon.
Customizing reminder lists with emoji, symbols and colors will help you identify the item you want at a glance. Plus, it gives you the ability to personalize the app to your liking.
What are your thoughts on the new Reminders symbols and emojis in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14? Do you design reminder lists or do you prefer to leave them as they are?
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