Tagged: Reminders

How to add an email to OS X Reminders app

Add an e-mail to your Reminders list on OS X to ensure that you remember to reply or complete a task. Here’s how.

Since the Cnet article I linked to appears to be having issues, I’ll tell you that it’s quite simple. Just drag the email from Mail to the Reminders app icon in your Dock. Presto, you now have a reminder titled with the subject line of the email and a link to the email itself in the reminder note.

Apple announces Mac OS X Mountain Lion; to be released this summer

Mountain Lion

See how innovations from iPad inspire new features for the Mac. And find out what’s coming this summer with OS X Mountain Lion. Messages, Reminders, Notes, Notification Center, Twitter, Airplay Mirroring, Game Center, and more. You love them on iPad. Now you’ll love them on your Mac. And with iCloud, they all work better together.

[ilink url=”http://www.apple.com/macosx/mountain-lion/”]Read more about OS X Mountain Lion here.[/ilink]


Create iOS 5 Reminders using Alfred

If you’re a fan of Alfred for OS X, and you use an iPhone running iOS 5, I’ve got a treat for you.

Alfred Reminders

Alfred makes it easy to enter text into iOS 5's Reminders app

DirtDon.com has released an Alfred extension that allows you to enter items that appears in iCal and syncs to your iOS 5 Reminders app. You simply preface your reminder with the letter “r” as seen in the image above. (more…)