<remind> command should allow default of Push or SMS notification, not just Email
I was testing the iPhone Todoist (new user as of today) and was surprised that when I made a task that said:
Call Kim <remind today at 1:45pm>
...and nothing happened at 1:45pm.
I was out and about, and not checking email, so I didn't see the email reminder.
When creating a reminder on iPhone, it seems to make sense for the reminder to come via Push or SMS, not email.
4 comments, asked by georgekao on Sep 08, 2013 - 16:17 completed