How to Export Reminders from iPhone

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Exporting reminders from your iPhone is a great way to keep track of all the important tasks and events in your life. Not only does it help you stay organized, but it also allows you to access those reminders on other devices like your computer or tablet.

If you’re looking for an easy way to export reminders from your iPhone, then look no further! In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the steps needed to transfer your reminders from your iPhone to aother device.

First, open the Reminders app on your iPhone. From there, tap on the “Edit” button located at the top-right corner of the screen. You shold now see a list of all the reminders stored in your device. Select the ones that you want to export by tapping on them individually or by using the “Select All” button at the bottom of the screen. Once done, tap on “Share” located at the bottom-left corner of the screen and choose how you want to share them (e.g., via email).

The second option is avilable if you’re using iCloud Reminders and have an iCloud account set up with your device; this will allow you to directly sync all of your reminders with any other device that has iCloud enabled. To do this, open Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > Reminders and make sure that it is set to “On”. Now whenever you add or change a reminder in one device, it will automatically be synced with all other devices connected via iCloud.

The last option is to export all of your reminders as an .ics file; this will allow you to save them as a backup or import them into another calendar app such as Google Calendar or Outlook Calendar. To do this, open Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > Reminders > Export Calendar and select where you want to save it (e.g., Dropbox). Once done, simply transfer that file over to whichever device you need and import it into its respective calendar app!

We hope this post helps make exporting reminders from your iPhone easier for everyone! With these simple steps, transferring all of tose important tasks and events should now be a breeze for anyone.

Syncing Reminders from iPhone to Computer

To sync reminders from your iPhone to your computer, you’ll need to first make sure that your Microsoft account is linked to your iPhone’s Reminders app. To do this, start by opening the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Tap Reminders and then tap Accounts. Make sure your Microsoft account is listed here. If not, you can add it by tapping Add Account and entering the necessary information.

Next, tap on your Microsoft account, and enable the toggle next to Reminders. This will ensure that the reminders stored on your iPhone are synced with the ones stored in your Microsoft account. Then, open the To Do app on your computer (or go to and log in using the same Microsoft account used for the Reminders app on your phone. You should see all of the reminders from your iPhone apear in To Do as well!

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Transferring Reminders From iPhone to Android

Transferring your reminders from an iPhone to an Android device is relatively straightforward. First, make sure you have the Google Calendar app installed on both your iPhone and Android device. Once you have opened the app on both devices, sign into your google account. On your iPhone, select the ‘reminders’ tab in the Google Calendar app and tap the three dot menu at the top right of the screen. Select ‘Settings’ then ‘Accounts’ and choose ‘Sync now’. This will upload all of your reminders to your Google account.

On your Android device, open up the Google Calendar app again, go to ‘Settings’ and then ‘Accounts’. You should see a list of accounts associated with this device. Select the same account used on your iPhone and ensure that Reminders is selected in order for it to sync with calendar events from that account. After syncing is complete you should see all of your reminders appear in the Reminders section of Google Calendar on both devices.

Transferring Reminders from iPhone to Macbook

In order to transfer Reminders from your iPhone to your Macbook, you’ll need to have iCloud enabled on both devices.
First, go to your Macbook and make sure iCloud is enabled. On your Macbook, click the Apple logo in the upper left corner and select “System Preferences”. Then click on “iCloud” and enter the same iTunes account credentials that you use on your iPhone. Finally, make sure that the “Reminders” option is checked off.
Next, go to your iPhone and make sure iCloud is enabled as well. From the Settings app on your iPhone, tap “iCloud” and enter the same iTunes account credentials that you used on your Macbook. Once logged in, tap “Reminders” and make sure it’s turned ON.
Now that both devices are connected with iCloud, any Reminders created or edited on either device will automatically be synced acros both devices.

Storing Reminders on an iPhone

Reminders on your iPhone are stored in iCloud. To make sure they’re stored in iCloud, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud and turn on Reminders. Once turned on, your reminders and any changes you make to them will appear across all of your devices where you’re signed in with the same Apple ID.

Backing Up IPhone Reminders

Yes, iPhone Reminders are backed up if you have iCloud set up and the Reminders app enabled. When you enable iCloud for Reminders, your reminders are stored in the cloud insead of locally on your device. This means that they will be backed up across all your devices that are connected to iCloud and have the Reminders app enabled. You can also use Apple’s Backup system to back up your iPhone and ensure that your reminders are not lost in case of any unforeseen circumstances.

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Sharing Reminders on iPhone

Yes, you can share reminders from your iPhone with othr people who use iCloud. To do this, open the Reminders app on your iPhone and tap on the list you want to share. Tap the ‘i’ icon in the top right corner of the list to view its settings. From there, tap ‘Add People’ and select ‘iCloud’. Enter the name or email address of the person you want to share with, then choose their access level (view only or edit). Once you hit send, they will receive an invitation to view or edit your list. When they accept, they will be able to see and collaborate on it in their own Reminders app.

Why Is Sharing Reminders On Iphone Not Possible?

There could be a few reasons why you are unable to share your Reminders on iPhone. Firstly, make sure both you and the person you are trying to share the Reminders with have iCloud enabled and are signed into iCloud with the same Apple ID. Additionally, some email accounts like Gmail or Yahoo might need extra setup to allow sharing of reminders – so check to see if any additional setup is needed. Finally, go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts and see if there are any other accounts syncing Reminders; if there are, turn tose off and try sharing once more.

Syncing iPhone Reminders with Google Calendar

To sync your iPhone reminders with Google Calendar, you will need to ensure that your Google account is linked with your iPhone. To do this, start by opening your device settings and scrolling down to Calendar. Tap Accounts and select the option to add an account. Enter the email address associated with your Google account, aong with the password for that account. Once you have done this, tap Next and all emails, contacts, and calendar events should now sync directly with your Google Account.

Transferring Reminders from iPhone to iCloud

To transfer reminders from your iPhone to iCloud, start by opening the Settings app on your device. Scroll down and tap the option for your name at the top of the screen. Then, select iCloud from the list of options. Make sure that the Reminders option is turned on. Once enabled, any new reminders created in the Reminders app on your iPhone will be synced with iCloud and will be aailable across all of your other devices that are connected to iCloud. You can also open up the Reminders app and select a list in the iCloud section to view any reminders stored in iCloud.

Why Are My Reminders Not Syncing Between IPhone And Mac?

If your Reminders are not syncing between your iPhone and Mac, there are a few things that you should check. First, make sure that both devices have the latest version of the operating system installed. If they do not, update them using the App Store or System Preferences on your Mac.

Next, make sure that both your iPhone and Mac are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID. This will ensure that any chnges you make on one device will be synced across all other devices. If this is not the case, sign out of iCloud on both devices and then sign back in using the same Apple ID.

Finally, check that Reminders is enabled for iCloud on both devices by going to Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud > Reminders on your iPhone and System Preferences > iCloud > Options > Reminders on your Mac.

If you have checked all of these steps and still experience issues with syncing Reminders between your iPhone and Mac, contact Apple Support for further assistance.

Transferring Reminders from iPhone to iPad

If you wuld like to transfer Reminders from your iPhone to your iPad, it’s easy to do. First, on both devices, launch the Settings app from the Home screen. Then on each device go to the Reminders section and tap on the Sync option. Choose how far back you’d like the Reminders app to sync for both devices. Once you’ve done this, all of your reminders will be transferred from one device to another. That’s it!


Exporting reminders from an iPhone is a straightforward process that makes it easier to keep all of your important tasks and agendas organized. To do this, you can eiher use iCloud to sync the reminders between your iPhone and Mac or you can use a third-party service like Google Calendar. With either method, all of your reminders will be securely stored in one place, so you don’t have to worry about losing them. Once you have exported your reminders, they will be easily accessible on any device with an internet connection.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.