In iOS 13, Apple takes the Reminders app seriously. With its long list of helpful new changes, the app can finally compete with other task managers like Todoist or Wunderlist. One of the changes is small, but powerful – the ability to add custom icons to lists. In this way, you can personalize any collection of reminders to your liking and identify lists at a glance.
Unfortunately, we have nothing to do with custom . Apple does not let you upload your own images to use as list icons. Rather, you can choose from a variety of icons that are offered directly in the Reminders app. This includes a decent color palette. The best part is that you can easily mix and match symbols and colors to get the most suitable combination for your list.
To change an icon, you must access the Name & Appearance settings for your specific list. There are three ways to get there. First, you can swipe left in the list and tap the displayed information button (i). Second, tap "Edit" in the top right corner and then press the information button (i) next to your list. Third, select your list, tap the ellipsis (•••), then choose "Name & Appearance" from the action sheet. Changing list colors and icons in the reminder app for iOS 1
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See here You can choose from a large selection of 60 symbols and 12 colors that you can mix and match to your heart's content. Is this a grocery list? Try one of the food symbols List a list of items you need for your next beach outing? yellow sun symbol might fit in the bill, so whatever you choose, tap Done when you're done to confirm your selection.
The new feature has one drawback: It only applies to iCloud lists If you have lists for Yahoo, Outlook, Gmail, and other apps, you can only choose from seven different colors, and since there are no icons to choose from, lists that are not included in iCloud are linked to the default list icon.  Apple's iPhone operating system is not yet known for its customization options, though there are many customization options. We're getting a direct update that adds more personalization controls to a standard iOS app.