Apple's Reminders app has always been an underrated yet useful productivity tool for the iPhone. Not as powerful as many third-party to-do apps, it makes it easy to keep track of a few basic tasks, and is deeply integrated with iOS, macOS, and watchOS. In iOS 13, it's even better if you can now add attachments to your reminders, such as: Eg photos, documents and websites.
There is currently no way to add videos to reminders, just new photos, pictures already in your memories, Photo Library, new document scans and web page links with preview. In addition, all devices logged in to the same iCloud account must be upgraded to iOS 13, macOS 1
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Adding Pictures to a Reminder
The easiest way to add a photo or screenshot to a reminder is to use the Quick Launch Toolbar . In the Reminder app, tap any reminder to bring up the keyboard where the Quick Launch bar should be on top. Tap the camera icon to access the "Take a photo" and "Photo Library" options (we will explain how to scan documents in Step 2).
If the camera is grayed out, all devices are affected Files connected to your iCloud account will not be updated to iOS 13, MacOS 10.15 or WatchOS 6. Once they have all been updated, the import options will work. Also note that currently no videos can be added to reminders, only to pictures.
The "Take a photo" option opens your iPhone's camera so you can immediately turn it on Take a photo. Tap the shutter button to take the picture, then select either "Resume" or "Use Photo" to add it to the reminder. The photo will then be displayed under your reminder.
Photo Library lets you choose a photo or a screenshot from the Photos application that already exists on your iPhone. You can browse existing albums or your entire camera role. Tap an image to add it to this reminder.
You can also attach an image to Details which you can access by tapping on a reminder and then on the information icon (i). Scroll down, tap "Add image," and the rest of the process is the same as above.
As far as we know, the number of images you can add to a reminder , apparently not limited.
Adding Document Scans to a Reminder
In addition to images and screenshots, you can add document scans (similar to PDFs) to a reminder. The easiest way to do this is the fast toolbar. Touch a reminder to open the Quick Launch bar. Touch the camera icon on the far right and select "Scan Document" to open the camera. The following explains the basics of scanning documents. For more information, see Complete Instruction for Scanning Documents in iOS 13.