Add Attachments to Reminders on iPhone and iPad in iOS 13
Edited by Jay
The release of iOS 13 came with a litany of useful and fun-to-use features. One such feature teak took place with the iOS Reminders app. With more options, users can now add attachments to reminders for lists. At this time, supported attachments include photos and documents. However, times, dates, and flags are available as well.
If you're a user who makes the most of the Reminders tool on your iPhone or iPad, adding situation-specific attachments to your reminders is a fantastic way to step up your organization.
For example, adding an image or document to a reminder is a great way to trigger your memory when you glance at it, reminding you of something specific that could otherwise get omitted.
In the following Visi tutorial, we're going to go through the steps for adding and deleting attachments with the Reminders app in iOS 13.
For this post, we used an iPhone 7 Running iOS 13.5.
Add Attachments to Reminder in iOS 13
If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
Categories : IPhone | Use iOS 13