When you create an event in the iOS Calendar, you can easily set up a reminder about it. One problem – the reminder time is set automatically by a special setting Calendar… How can I change it?
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You can easily change the default reminder times for birthdays, events and all day events by following a simple guide:
1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Find in the list The calendar…
3. Click on the label Default warnings…
4. Set the desired time for different events: birthdays, events and all day events.
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You will notice that the time reminder options for birthdays and all day events are the same. This is on the day of the event, 1.2 days in advance or a week (in each case – at 9:00). This is because Apple developers consider birthday to be an all-day event. There are more options for “simple” events, and they are more flexible – at the time of the event, 5, 15.30 minutes, 1 or 2 hours, 1 or 2 days or a week before.
Done! Now, when you create a new entry in the Calendar, you will notice that the default reminder time is already set to a different one – the one that you chose. If you always or very often choose the same time for reminders, a new setting is the very case when “a trifle, but nice” (convenient).