Google is today making Reminders accessible in Google Calendar on the web after previously adding the feature to the app for Android and iPhone users. The Reminders that you create in other Google app– like Inbox, Keep, and the Google app, for example– will show up in Calendar and stay synced across apps as you make changes. 

Google offered the breakdown on how the Reminders will behave inside of Google Calendar on the web, which essentially mirrors how the feature works already in the mobile apps:

  • Reminders stick around – If a reminder isn’t completed, it will appear at the top of your calendar until you mark it done.
  • Reminders work across Google – Reminders you create in Inbox, Keep, and the Google app will also show in Google Calendar.
  • Reminders sync with mobile – Reminders created in mobile show up on the web and vice versa. So you can stay on track from just about anywhere.

Back in December Google launched the Reminders feature to the Calendar apps for iOS and Android and at the time noted that the feature means users can now keep track of to-do lists across all Google platforms including Inbox, Google Keep, Google Now, and Calendar.

Keep an eye out for the new Reminders feature in the Calendar web app rolling out today.

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