Reminder objects represent individual tasks in a list in the built-in Reminders app. For examples, see ReminderList documentation.
The alarms assigned to the reminder, if any.
Completion date of the reminder. This value is set automatically when the
isCompleted property is set to true. Setting this property to
nil will set
isCompleted to false.
Due date of the reminder
Does the dueDate property include an assigned time. If false, assignments to the
dueDate property will ignore time components, making the reminder due on a specific date without a time assigned.
Returns true if the reminder has any alarms.
Unique identifier for the reminder.
Flag indicating if the task has been completed.
The list which this task resides in.
Location of the event.
Notes associated with the event.
Integer number representing priority. Assign values matching those Apple uses as follows:
0: No priority
Start date of the reminder
Does the startDate property include an assigned time. If false, assignments to the
startDate property will ignore time components, making the reminder start on a specific date without a time assigned.
The title of the event.
Add an alarm object to the reminder. Be sure to
update() to save after adding alarms. Return
true if the alarm was successfully added. Note that reminders only support alarms created with the
Remove any assigned alarms from the reminder.
Save the task. Returns true if the task is successfully saved in Reminders.
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