Google may have a reminder on how reminders are imagined to work. A number of customers have complained about not with the ability to set reminders with Google search — it is a function that has gone lacking again and again over the previous couple of years.
Android Police has acquired a number of recommendations on the topic and is ready to affirm that reminders can’t be made via Google.com on desktop and cellular platforms. Google Search Group members have made two threads to complain concerning the problem.
Sometimes, customers can submit a question into the search engine beginning with the phrases “remind me” after which be prompted to save lots of that reminder to their accounts on Google Calendar.
A “remind me” question now generates search outcomes as an alternative
At this level, it does not appear to be Google has determined to kill that technique of creating reminders as soon as and for all: the Google Search Assist pages nonetheless say that folks ought to have the ability to create reminders from desktop net browsers by way of Google.com.
Android customers are capable of set reminders by way of textual content or voice command with the Google app on their units. Nevertheless, as iOS customers require both the Google Assistant or Google Calendar app to make reminders, having a minimum of a desktop-based mostly system round was a matter of comfort and practicality.
How the function works on Android
Google has but to acknowledge the difficulty on the help threads. We have reached out to the corporate and can replace this story if we hear again.
- and Jacob
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