Trying out Agenda 6.0 with the new Reminders support. I was hoping to use this to further integrate my workflow with Things 3, which I rely on and which has its own version of Reminders support (basically, anything that shows up in the Reminders inbox shows up in Things to be imported, and once it’s imported it’s removed from Reminders.)
I know you probably didn’t design this feature with Things importing in mind, but there is some weirdness related to this process that I thought I should report.
Generally when I create a task, I will want it to be “all-day” (typically I don’t need to be reminded at a specific time.) I can select “All-Day Reminder” when I create a reminder in Agenda, which is great. Somehow, the day that the reminder is assigned to doesn’t show up in Things at all when it’s imported, however (it comes in as an undated task). Yet, when there’s a “timed” reminder created, that shows up in Things with both the date and time intact. When I look in the Reminders app at an all-day reminder, the reminder time shows “Today” in red text, and when I go into the task details, it shows a time of 12:00 AM. (I guess Reminders itself doesn’t actually support date-only times?) But neither the date nor the 12 AM time show up in the imported Things task.
Anyway, this is probably a weird edge case that can’t/won’t be fixed easily or soon, and it might all change completely once the overhauled iOS 13 Reminders app comes out. But I wanted to make you aware if you weren’t already, especially since I see Agenda and Things as spiritual siblings in a way, and I think a lot of other people do too.