How to Set Up Location-Based Reminders on Todoist
With Todoist, you can now remind yourself of specific tasks when you’re at a particular location. Here’s how to use it.
Our minds are usually preoccupied with thoughts and mental notes. So, it’s no surprise that we often forget about small but important things in our daily life—for example, forgetting to pick up a gift for your family’s birthday or servicing your car. Thankfully, apps like Todoist allow us to set reminders by date, time, and location, so we can carry out our tasks with ease.
Todoist is one of the best cloud-service to-do lists and task managers for professionals and small businesses. We will show you how you can set up a location-based reminder on this app below.
Setting Up Location-Based Reminders on Todoist
Important reminder: You can only set up location-based reminders on Todoist if you’re subscribed to their Pro and Business plans.
- Open the Todoist app on your device.
- Create a new task by pressing the Add new task button for the web, macOS, or Windows version and tap the Plus icon if you’re using your iOS or Android device. You can also edit an exiting task if you wish to change it to a location-based reminder.
- Then, click the Alarm Clock icon found on the bottom part of the text box.
- Next, set the trigger for your reminder. Put in the date, time, and location. You can also select a relative time before the deadline of the task.
- If you’re setting a location-based reminder on shared projects, you can add a specific collaborator for the task. Click on your Avatar icon next to the due time and select an assignee.
- After filling up all the information needed, click Add reminder.
- Lastly, press Add Task when creating a new task or Save when editing an existing one.
Location-based reminders have some great uses, such as for tasks that don’t have a deadline but require you to be in a specific location to carry them out.
Forgetful No More
Location-based reminders on Todoist can help you organize your tasks well and help you remember small things that you usually tend to forget, increasing your overall productivity.
However, if you want to achieve your maximum efficiency, you need to create a simple and sustainable system to keep track of all the things you need.
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