I’ve had a lot going on but wanted to stop for a minute and give some thoughts on the new Reminders app.
9to5Mac managed to score some iOS 13 shots and the one that peaked my interest was the new Reminders app. First off it’s not what I envisaged but it has potential. This could look pretty nice in dark mode, especially if they somehow integrate the Calendar.
Reminders, right pane
This looks to be an inbox where everything goes until you decide what to do with it. Just like any other to do app but this one puts it front and centre.
Lists look to be displayed on the bottom portion of the left pane as they do today. This makes a lot of sense and getting to the lists quickly is something I like now with the current Reminders app.
This has me thinking one of two things. It’s a free list of things you want to get done today, along with (hopefully) your Calendar. I’m confused why there would be a scheduled view too as they would surely be displayed in Today if due today.
The best guess I have is that this is like upcoming in Things 3. It shows your scheduled Reminders due after today. Anything due today will be in the Today view.
All of your Reminders in one place, not sure why this view is needed. You can already see anything you have with the other views.
At last, you’ve been able to flag reminders already but no way of viewing them all in one place.
Obviously this could be an old mock up of the app or an alternative design but it does seem official. I won’t be delving in too deep until iOS 13 beta but I’m cautiously optimistic about the changes Apple may have made to Reminders to make it more in line with other third party offerings out there.