How to Show Delayed All-Day Reminders on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Everyone has their own way of dealing with increased workloads. And I have my own nifty little way to rank tasks one at a time. Reminders play a crucial role in getting my tasks done before the deadline. But then again, no one is perfect. I’m not like that either. Sometimes I find myself running behind the clock with loads of to-dos that are way past the deadline. This is when showing overdue all-day reminders pays to keep it on top of priority. If you want to use this super useful feature, let me help you with how to show all day overdue reminders in iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina.

Delayed Display of All-Day Reminders in iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina

While the process is pretty straightforward, it does require digging into the app settings, making the feature a little overlooked. When enabled, all overdue reminders are given higher priority in the Today section so there’s less chance of missing them. However, let’s move on with the steps!

on iPhone and iPad

one. Settings Open the app on your iOS or iPadOS device and scroll down and tap on it. reminders

3. Next, turn on the switch. Show as delayed.

Shows as delayed

This much! Going forward, the Today section will show all your overdue reminders.

Show delay reminders

on your Mac

  1. Start reminders app on your macOS device.

Launch the Reminders app on Mac

2. Now, click on reminders menu in the upper left corner.

Click on the Reminders menu in the upper left corner of the screen

3. Now select preferences on the menu.

In the Reminders menu choose Preferences

4. Finally, check the box on the left of the screen. Show as delayed.

Show delayed All Day Reminders

You should now see your all-day reminders overdue, starting the next day.

delayed reminders on mac

That is all!

Take Control of Delayed Reminders…

This is a nifty way to deal with delayed reminders so they attract more attention. Apple has completely revamped the stock Reminders app, making it more intuitive and functional. Features such as the ability to receive reminders while texting with someone made it quite useful. How do you evaluate the development of the application?

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