Reminders: Custom snooze option for Android
why just 15 min, 1 hour, 3 hours? Let the user to set it manually.
This feature has been released in our latest version for Android (v4.5).
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Please add an option to define when to remind me when I postpone a task to "Tomorrow".
The default is tomorrow at 10. It would be great to personalize the time so that I can change this default.
When snoozing a task to tomorrow instead of them all pushing to 10am tomorrow it would be great if it could be set to either the same time next day, or to allow a random time be choosen by Any.do. Currently if I snooze multiple tasks to tomorrow they all go off at 10am together and that is not helpful.
custom date/time or a button that opens task to allow it be edited.
Graham Foster commented
i take a late lunch and would like to be able to customise te reminders to (eg) 9am, 2pm, or 9pm (when the kids are finally asleep)
(sorry i cant vote for this- "voting has closed")
Not being able to set a snoozed task for the next day to something other than 10am is short sighted and ridiculous. Is that a difficult programming task? Nope. Set a variable, and let the user decide. PLEASE fix that. And, like many have requested, let the user pick the snooze duration to their liking. Same scenario. Set some variables. It's programming 101.
Please add this possibility. It haven't been released!
Jason Underhill commented
This is massive for me also, 6pm for evening reminders is useless to me. I have children also and getting them it's not until at least 19.30 that I have chance to do what other tasks I need to do.
At least give us an extra snooze button "Custom", that allows to directly set a new snooze time.
Now I have to snooze for say 15 mintes and then go to the task and change the snooze time manually. Very cumbersome!
Till now there is no option for selecting an alarming tone.
The current tone is very low. That makes tasks passed without taking any actions.
I totally agree, it would make setting up a new task quicker and remove the additional step of enabling the notification
Have the calendar come up when resetting a reminder so we can choose the day/time rather than the limited choices.
When adding a new task, it has the remind me option then one today I would like to see your cheese which are the default times available or at least have it 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm is the options
Would work, though with better planning the weekend suddenly isn't that important anymore...;)
Richard Sherry commented
If the reminder pop-up had an additional "snooze tomorrow" option the subsequent "snooze" pop-up would then have space for one additional "snooze today" option, for example a pre-set (or user-defined) time in the evening.
The additional "snooze tomorrow" pop up would work in exactly the same way that the current snooze pop-up does, except that instead of having the options that the current one has (namely: "15 mins; 1 hour; 3 hours; tomorrow") it could have "10am; 12 noon; 3pm; 6pm".
The reminder pop-up would now have four options not three, so instead of "Dismiss; Snooze; Done!" it would read "Dismiss; Snooze today; Snooze tomorrow; Done!"
The 'Snooze today' pop-up could read "15 mins; 1 hour; 3 hours; 6pm" (but even better if the latter choice could be a user-defined time!).
With this tweak tasks that you had hoped to complete before work (for example) but that still need completing later in the same day could be snoozed till the evening with only one button instead of having to snooze for three-hour intervals throughout the day. And if you decided to delay the task till tomorrow you'd have more choice of when tomorrow the task needs to be done (there are some tasks that can only really be done in the evening!).
Apologies for the essay!
Patrick Sheridan commented
15 minutes is too short to snooze many tasks, but 1 hour is often too long.
every day it is annoying to get all the (to next day) postponed reminders at 10am. More flexibility please ;)
Today when you chose not to do the task at the set time the reminder time on the task is defaulted to 10am and then I have to manually set the time to what ever I want. Because of this all my tasks that I do not complete immediately ends up beeing set to 10am and no choice of changing this when planning my day.
or just add at least another button to choose an number of hours
Maciej Jankowski commented
disagree! please undestand current options as: 15m = just a sec, hold on. 1hour - not right now, but I will get there, 3hrs = later today
Maciej Jankowski commented
I love the idea of:
15 minutes, 1 hour, TOMORROW, SOMEDAY
meaning- I will do it now, I will do it soon, I will do it tomorrow, I might do it.