1. Kashan Osama's Avatar
    So how does it work in ios 7.0.4? Sometimes i see the reminders other times i don't,especially when setting the reminder for the day coming quite farther...I think apple must look

    upon it as it is really annoying,Reminders are to remind us so they might add the option to display them forever xD like i mean it is necessary atleast

    Does adding an event in calender integrates it in NC? for example if i add a meeting coming after two days,will it show it or not??

    Also can notes be integrated into NC?????
    02-03-2014 03:29 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    So how does it work in ios 7.0.4? Sometimes i see the reminders other times i don't,especially when setting the reminder for the day coming quite farther...I think apple must look

    upon it as it is really annoying,Reminders are to remind us so they might add the option to display them forever xD like i mean it is necessary atleast

    Does adding an event in calender integrates it in NC? for example if i add a meeting coming after two days,will it show it or not??

    Also can notes be integrated into NC?????
    Yes, calendar entries are integrated into the Notification Center, but items are NOT displayed more than a day out. At least not in my experience. I think a lot of people would like to see a scrolling list of upcoming events and reminders in the Notification Center, but only time will tell if we get anything similar.
    02-03-2014 10:43 AM
  3. Bazza1's Avatar
    I'm still hoping (pointlessly, I appreciate) for Apple to offer a 'Today' screen option on the lock screen, like I had on my old Palm TX, BlackBerry - and as found on some Android devices.

    Calendar events, Reminders, Tasks, Inbox...all user set and visible at a glance and with no finger flicking involved.
    Kashan Osama likes this.
    02-05-2014 08:19 PM
  4. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I'm still hoping (pointlessly, I appreciate) for Apple to offer a 'Today' screen option on the lock screen, like I had on my old Palm TX, BlackBerry - and as found on some Android devices.

    Calendar events, Reminders, Tasks, Inbox...all user set and visible at a glance and with no finger flicking involved.
    Just pull down NC...all those items when show & your phone will still be locked. It would be a pain for those of us that don't want all the clutter on the lock screen. And before you ask, I came from Android and hated having to configure that mess to not show.
    02-06-2014 08:00 PM
  5. Bazza1's Avatar
    Just pull down NC...all those items when show & your phone will still be locked. It would be a pain for those of us that don't want all the clutter on the lock screen. And before you ask, I came from Android and hated having to configure that mess to not show.
    But, like I said - no finger flicking involved and user-set. That is, the option to have it (and whatever info you wanted) visible, or not. Hit home button and see 'Today'. If you want.

    Meanwhile, not sure what angst you had with Android, but not aware of any 'mess' I cannot turn off (or not) on a Nexus 7 (running KitKat) I use fairly regularly.
    Android is, I grant you, not always the most intuitive OS, but its user-set options (or companion apps) are often more expansive than iOS. And every mobile device has an initial personalisation curve. But, after all, these are meant to be our iDevice, not some pompous design dweeb's in Cupertino.
    Kashan Osama likes this.
    02-07-2014 10:09 PM
  6. nikkisharif's Avatar
    But, like I said - no finger flicking involved and user-set. That is, the option to have it (and whatever info you wanted) visible, or not. Hit home button and see 'Today'. If you want.

    Meanwhile, not sure what angst you had with Android, but not aware of any 'mess' I cannot turn off (or not) on a Nexus 7 (running KitKat) I use fairly regularly.
    Android is, I grant you, not always the most intuitive OS, but its user-set options (or companion apps) are often more expansive than iOS. And every mobile device has an initial personalisation curve. But, after all, these are meant to be our iDevice, not some pompous design dweeb's in Cupertino.
    I totally understand but iOS is made to be a simple device. You can always jailbreak to allow for additional customization. I'm sure there's a tweak for what you're looking for.

    BTW...I use the work mess for lots of things. But I was referring to customization options in Sense & Touchwiz. Nexus devices are excluded from that comment because they are pure Android and don't experience a lot of issues the other devices experience.
    Kashan Osama likes this.
    02-11-2014 12:14 AM

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