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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Yes this is very annoying and exactly what I came here to complain about. I almost never want the 'snooze till 10am' default. It's nearly always that I want the reminder to recur at the same time as when I set it for - (e.g. for a Tuesday evening reminder to water my plant, it makes no sense that it recurs at 10am the next day because I'm always at work!).
Customizable snooze time would be the best, something like what Eve suggested. But a quick improvement would be to at least make the default 'tomorrow' time be the same time of day as the original reminder.
Brian T. Phelps commented
The reminder pop up currently only displays three choices: Dismiss, Snooze or Done. Add a fourth option to view or edit the task so users can actually view the details required to complete the task.
leave untimed tasks untimed when drag from today to tomorrow
Snooze > tomorrow > same time
Snooze > tomorrow > morning/noon/evening
Snooze > later/tomorrow > custom (a slider to choose how many hours)
Sometimes you want to quickly move a task to tomorrow, next week, etc.
This currently requires a long series of clicks. An option to do this from the main task menu would be great.
Right now it only works in days. Many
times I can't get to it at the time it goes off, yet need to remember to do it same day. This would help.
You have a very uncomfortable setting. add item to postpone until the evening and morning. (now you can be delayed for 3 hours or until tomorrow).
And the concept of the evening make tuning (beginning and end of the evening to be able to change)
I want reminder to be before or after work each day. The default is always too early, 12PM for example. So I had to change the reminder time on every entry. It would be nice to be able to change my default reminder time.
Currently it automatically does this. Then, during the any.do moment the next day, if you click "today" it is a reminder at 10am. What if that isn't the time you want?