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How to set recurring time reminders on iPhone and iPad

How to set recurring time reminders on iPhone and iPad

How to set recurring reminders with the Reminders app

With the launch iOS 13 Yes iPadOS 13, Apple has redesigned the Reminder application, bringing many new features and improvements. One of them is the new addition of periodic hourly reminders.

The system is quite simple. When you receive a reminder notification, mark it as complete. When you return to the Reminders app, you’ll see that the reminder is still there, but now it still has time to expire.

If you do not mark the reminder as complete, it will not be repeated in the next hour. You can choose to set an end date for the recurring reminder, or you can simply delete the reminder.

Open the «Reminders» app on your iPhone or iPad and choose a list. Here, tap the «New Reminder» button.

In the text box, give the reminder a name, such as «Wash your hands.» From there, tap the «i» button on the right edge of the screen.

Touch the switch next to «Remember me a day» if it’s off, and then select the switch next to «Remember me right away.» From there, tap the time option and choose a start time. Then select the «Repeat» option.

Here, choose the «Schedule» option.

On the Details screen, you’ll see a new option. Touch the «Resume» button to choose an end date for this option.

By default, the repeat cycle continues indefinitely. You can choose to end it on a certain day from this menu.

After customizing the reminder, tap the «Done» button.

If you want to delete a reminder, swipe left and then tap the «Delete» button.

How to set recurring reminders with the hourly sound app

If you don’t have iOS 13, iPadOS 13 or later installed on your device, or if you don’t want to use the Reminders app, try application Bells per hour.

The application is a simple utility that alerts you at any time you want. After installing the app, turn on notifications, then select the hours you want to remember.

Give the reminder a name and select the days of the week you want to activate.

At this point, the Hourly Chime app will send you a notification.

Try setting multiple recurring alarms

If you do not want to involve a third party application, you can make it very simple and simply set multiple alarms. You can set 10 to 12 alarms for different times of the day and repeat them for each day of the week.

The added benefit here is that an alarm is much harder to miss. Even if your iPhone or iPad is in mode Not disturb or in silent mode, the alarm will remain and bother.

Open the «Clock» app on your iPhone or iPad and then tap the «+» button in the Alarm section. From there, set the time, the repeat cycle, then tap the «Save» button.

Once you’ve set the alarm, follow our guide to find out how to change it sound of alarm.