Tim Chase writes: >On 2018-04-13 08:17, Dianne Skoll wrote: >> Tim Chase <rem...@tim.thechases.com> wrote: >>> once I send a card on (say, March 26th), I want to mark the task >>> as "complete" (however is best/easiest) so that I no longer >>> receive the "send card" notifications, but still see the birthday >>> on the calendar on Apr 14th. >> >> I believe you're over-thinking it. Why not just edit the reminder >> when you send the card, to take out the (send card) text? You can >> also remove the ++7 while you're editing. > >This was sorta what I'd been doing, but then I need to remember to go >back in and edit/restore the entries back for the following year. >The hope was for a one-touch-per-event solution.
I would humbly recommend that you should use to-do-list software to manage your to-dos, rather than try to force that feature into Remind. I have Remind and Taskwarrior working together pretty well. Remind's awesome calendaring features, along with my kludgy scripts, generate the commands I need to feed Taskwarrior, and then Taskwarrior tracks when my chores are ready/waiting/done. https://taskwarrior.org/ --hymie! _______________________________________________ Remind-fans mailing list Remindfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.roaringpenguin.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/remind-fans Remind is at http://www.roaringpenguin.com/products/remind