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You can sort your reminder lists, and the Today, Flagged and Assigned to Me Smart Lists, automatically by deadline, creation date, priority or title. You can also sort lists manually by dragging them into the order you want.
When you sort a list, the sort order is updated on all your devices that use iCloud Reminders with your Apple ID. If you sort a shared list, the sort order isn’t changed on other participants’ devices.
In the Reminders app on your Mac, select a reminder list in the sidebar.
Do one of the following:
Sort reminders automatically: Choose View > Sort By, then choose a sort option (Deadline, Creation Date, Priority or Title).
The existing reminders are sorted immediately and any new reminders you add to the list are sorted automatically.
Sort reminders manually: Drag reminders into the order you want.
By default, the Scheduled Smart List is sorted by date. When you drag a reminder in the Scheduled Smart List to a different date, the reminder’s date setting is updated.
If you drag a reminder in a list that’s sorted automatically, the sort option for the list changes to Manual.
If you sort a list manually and subsequently change it to an automatic sort, you can choose View > Sort By > Manual to return the list to the previous manual sort order.
To change the direction of an automatic sort, choose View > Sort By, then choose an option for the sort direction.
The available sort directions vary, depending on how the list is sorted:
If the list is sorted by Deadline: Choose Earliest First or Latest First.
If the list is sorted by Creation Date: Choose Oldest First or Newest First.
If the list is sorted by Priority: Choose Lowest First or Highest First.
If the list is sorted by Title: Choose Ascending or Descending.
Tip: To quickly access the sort options, Control-click a reminder list title in the sidebar, choose Sort By, then choose an option.
Upgraded reminders aren't compatible with earlier versions of iOS and macOS. If you upgrade your reminders on your iPhone with iOS 13 or later, your other devices — like your iPad and Mac — can’t access the reminders until you update your iPad to iPadOS or your Mac to macOS 10.15 Catalina. Learn what to expect until all your devices have the latest software.
You can always see your reminders on a Mac or PC by signing into iCloud.com with a compatible web browser.
Make sure that your device is connected to the Internet before you open the Reminders app for the first time after updating to iOS 13 or later.
When you open the app, a Welcome to Reminders screen gives you the options to upgrade now or upgrade later. Reminders will also tell you if you have shared Reminders lists that will be affected, or other devices that also need to be upgraded.
Tap Upgrade Now to begin the process. If you tap Upgrade Later, the app's main screen appears and shows a blue Upgrade button above your lists. Tap it when you're ready to upgrade your reminders.
The upgrade process affects existing reminders in your primary iCloud account only. Reminders in all other accounts, such as secondary iCloud accounts and CalDAV and Exchange accounts, aren't changed.
After the upgrade, you can view your reminders in these places:
Shared lists require that both the creator of the list and the people who can view it have upgraded their reminders.
If you have a Family list that was created through Family Sharing, it's converted to a standard shared list when the family organizer upgrades. You can invite anyone to join the converted Family list, even if they're not in your family.
Here's what you can expect after you upgrade your reminders:
After you upgrade, learn more about Reminders on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.