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Info: In the German Version when adding a new task the icon for an email reminder (clock) is shown ...

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... although I did not activate reminders. Then I looked into the reminder survey and now reminder is programmed. So it seems to be a "design" problem ...

I switched to the english version and the clock dissabpeared ...

Dear Todoist Team,
you have done a great job to make Todoist available in so many languages!

Thank you!

Kind regards
Josef

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David Trey staff
Replied on Aug 01, 2012 - 07:07 UTC

Hello Josef,

unfortunately, I can't reproduce this issue.

Please go to Einstellungen -> Erinerrungen and make sure that "Keine Standart-Erinerrung" is selected from the "Standart-Erinerrung" drop-down menu.

If "Email" or "Handy" are selected, each time you add a task with a particular due time, a reminder will be set to 30 minutes before deadline automatically.

If you do have "Keine Standart-Erinerrung" selected and still are seeing the clock icon whenever you add a task, please log out of Todoist, go to your browser's Settings, clear your cache and offline storage, reload your browser and log back into todoist.com (make sure you don't have a bookmark pointing elsewhere).

If the issue persists, please tell me:
- Which browser are you using?
- Can you reproduce this issue in at least one other browser?


Best regards,
David

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Josef premium
Replied on Aug 01, 2012 - 07:34 UTC

Hallo David,
thanks for the fast reply!

I did some experiments and here are the results:
The same problem is in the English Version and when I use Internet Explorer. My Standard is Firefox.

It turned out that it is more a bothering thing - as every time if I log out and again in the clock is gone. So the clock is only shown the first time a due-time is programmed in the due field. And it is ONLY SHOWN - with no function, as I believe in the information that no reminders are set, if I let me show the reminders for the newly added task. And anyway the icon is gone the next time I log in ...

So it is only a superficial thing for me as I don't work usually with reminders so I don't need the feed back wether the reminder is set or not ...

Kind regards
Josef

David Trey staff
Replied on Aug 01, 2012 - 07:58 UTC

Josef,

I've been able to reproduce this issue now. It is indeed purely visual and will not set a reminder for this task.

Still, I have passed it to the developers and it will be fixed soon. Thank you very much for your report.


Best regards,
David