How to Set Repeat Reminders on a Mac

How to Set Repeat Reminders on a Mac

If you feel you need to be reminded about tasks that occur regularly, you can easily schedule recurring reminders using the Reminder application on your Mac. This reminder will appear in your Notifications section at the right time. Here’s how to set it.

First, launch the Reminder application, and click the “Today” button in the sidebar. Then click the “+” (Plus) button in the upper-right corner of the window.


A new reminder will appear in the list. Type the name of the reminder, then click the small “Info” button next to it (which looks like a small “i” in a circle).

In the bubble that appears, set the reminder date and time (or location, if applicable.) Next, click next to the “Repeat” option, and choose how often you want to repeat it.


You can make reminders repeat every day, every week, every month, every year, or “Custom.” The “Custom” option allows you to set reminders that repeat on certain days of the week, certain days of the month, or on certain months of the year with various levels of control.


After that, you can choose when to end the repetition if you want to use the “End Repeat” option – or the reminder can be repeated forever.

When finished, just click outside the bubble and the settings will be saved. Check your reminder list, and what you just added must be there.

If you need to add more repeat reminders, just click the add button again. You can add as many as you like. Good luck!

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