Apple's reminder app is indispensable for people with a forgetful memory. However, a default entry for memories is not foolproof. If you have somewhere you are not great if you have to do something correctly, as it may be difficult to set a specific time for this reminder. That's why Apple's location-based memories are so damned useful.
Location-based reminders are nothing new for iOS. In fact, the feature was started along with the first iteration of Reminders in iOS 5. Any iPhone since version 4 could create a geofence around a specific location that will trigger a reminder when you reach or leave that area.
Setting location-based reminders from the toolbar (iOS 1
Running iOS 13 allows you to create location-based reminders faster than ever before. Do not worry if your iPhone does not run iOS 13. You can still enable location-based reminders. Just go to the next section to see how.
Step 1: Create a new reminder
First, open your Reminder app, tap a list, then tap New Reminder in the lower-left corner of the ad. Next, tap the Location icon in the Quick Launch bar above the keyboard. If you have not turned on Location Services, iOS will ask you to enable it here.
Step 2: Choose your location.
Here you can select "Arriving at home" (retrieved from Apple Maps) Having your home address set up in the contacts), "Arriving work" (same, but for your work address) or "Getting in the car" (if you Connect your car to your iPhone via Bluetooth).
You can also set a "Custom" Enter option. Place by tapping the ellipsis icon. You can tap on any of the proposed suggested locations (including your current location) or manually enter a location using the search bar.
Step 3: Customizing location-based reminder
If you have selected a custom location, the bottom of the screen Displays new settings. If you have selected one of the preset location options, you can find these settings by tapping the blue "i" next to the reminder and then tapping "Location" under "Remind me to a location."
Here you can choose to be reminded when you arrive or leave the location. The exit option is useful if, for example, you are thinking about turning off the lights or picking up dog food when you leave home. The Arrive option is better, for example, to remind you that you have once sent an update to someone. Reach a location.
To change your geofence, drag in or out the black dot. You can choose a radius of 330 feet to about 150 miles.
If you have you have selected one of the preset locations or selected "Custom", you are done! Reminder stored and ready for use. If you edited the geofence for the preset locations, you must tap Details to save the reminder, then touch Done.
If you're not using iOS 13, or you just want another way to set location-based reminders, this section is for you. Although this method is a little more outlandish compared to the fast toolbar of iOS 13, you will find that it is similar in many ways. It's also largely unchanged since its launch in iOS 5:
Open your Reminder app, tap a list and then tap "New Reminder" corner of the left corner below displays. Then tap the blue "i" on the right side of the reminder.
Tap the toggle next to "Remind me of a place," then tap "Location" just below it to select the location you want Tap the suggested places listed (including your current location) and enter a location manually using the search bar.
After Defining a Location You have the option of arriving or departing from them As noted in the section above, you can select either "Arrive" or "Exit" to specify whether the reminder will be activated when the geofence arrives or leaves You can adjust the geofence value using the black dot and create a radius of 100 m to 200 km
When you're done setting up the reminder, tap Details, to return. You can take the time to set up the remainder of the reminder here, and then select "Done" to save all Want to use the app?