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Microsoft 365 Outlook Reminders
I've been noticing more and more lately that the reminder time in Microsoft 365 Outlook seem to disappear. I see that there are others posts out there asking the same thing but with no real definitive answers. I did a Bing search and found that it does have something to do with an update, and they suggested two scenarios. The first was a group policy, which I don't use, and the second which I did do, was to reset or make sure that the reminder option was on. Time will tell there. I'm open to other suggestions too though Am I getting older, or has the supermarket begun playing great music?
Cortana Suggested Reminders
Cortana can now help you keep on top of what you promised to do with suggested reminders.
Cortana’s Notebook helps you get more done
Never forget an important appointment or task with Cortana’s Notebook to set reminders and to-do lists to get things done fast.
Here's an idea to improve MS Calendar and Reminders
Sharing this idea and hope that others agree it would be helpful. How many times have you said to yourself or a family member or colleague, "On the next warm day, I want to..." Or, "on the next cool day I need to, or, the next time it rains, I need to..." In other words, "To Do" list items are not only date/time relevant, they also have other attributes or triggers such as weather (as one example), or location attributes such as "the next time I'm in Boston I want to...". The could apply to business as well as personal items. This feature would bring the next level of intelligence and personalization to calendar and reminder apps. It's only a question of time as to which vendor introduces it first - and will make users become lovers of their technology/platform. Here is the link to Feedback Hub for for upvoting: https://aka.ms/AAaoz3w Thank you! (And once you implement it, please consider hiring me as well... :-)
My Ode to Outlook Client
I started out using Microsoft Internet and Mail, which was then morphed into Outlook Express which then became my main mail handler back in 1996. Over the years there have been many good and some not so good changes to the product. In 2010 when the whole of the internet really started to change, Microsoft made some of the worst changes to Outlook. IMHO Microsoft really screwed Outlook up. Functionally it was still the same, but navigationally it was a total mess.( Yeah, I’m talking about the original “Ribbon”) I guess I wasn’t the only one that though so, because what we have now is an easy to navigate tool email client again! Now that I am retired, I still find Outlook invaluable. While there have been many fantastic enhancements to the email side of Outlook over the years, Microsoft in their infinite wisdom did not change the one that was and still is invaluable to me. It is so invaluable that it keeps me from using their other Outlook, or the Mail and Calendar. You see in the Calendar when you set up an appointment or meeting, you are given the option of setting a reminder. Now while you can set a reminder in the other Microsoft Mail products, those reminders are preset, and cannot be change. With Outlook if you need a reminder in 45 minutes, or if you need one in 2.5 hours, you can change that to that time or for that matter to any time that you may need. Microsoft, thank you for not changing that. If you were to bring that one feature to your other email programs, apps, whatever you want to call them, then even an ‘ole $%art like me might start using them, although I doubt it though, muscle memory you know! Really enjoy the mail Quick Steps as well
Managing your checklists with Microsoft To-Do
Creating and managing your home and work checklists are simple with Microsoft To-do. Organize your day and access your checklists where ever you go on your PC, tablet, phone, and the web.
Cortana: a digital assistant with personality and smarts
People like Cortana for her personality and intelligence. And that starts with a team of writers.
Cortana App Mobile Devices
Hello Windows Community, Does anyone use the Cortana App on mobile devices?
I lost the ability to type in Win 10 search
I lost the ability to type in Win 10 search or in the calendar in adding a reminder. What can I do?
I would really like to be able to print my lists that I have created on Cortana.
Reminders is here to master all your thoughts, making jotting down tasks fun and easy. The timings you need - just a tap away Unnecessary stuff will never again clutter up your mind. Reminders will take care of all those events and deadlines that you need to remember in a daily basis, and alert you right on time.
To set or remove reminders, select the email message, contact, or task. On the Standard toolbar, click Follow Up, and then click Add Reminder. Tip: You can quickly flag email messages as to-do items by using reminders. Right-click the Flag Status column in the message list.
If you previously created a shopping list or a reminder in Cortana, you can now find that information on your PC or mobile device in the Microsoft To Do app. And if you were accustomed to creating alarms or timers with Cortana, you can now use the alarms & clock app on your PC to help keep your day on track.
Add due dates and reminders in Microsoft To Do. Use due dates and reminders to keep everything on track. Scheduled tasks will automatically appear in the Planned smart list, where you can see your tasks due today, tomorrow, and beyond.