The Reminders application understands the
reminders: URL scheme, so that you can invoke it, for instance, from Terminal as
open reminders: (use of
// is optional).
What I'm looking for is documentation of further elements of this scheme. Specifically, I want to construct URLs that allow me to do the following:
- open a specific list
- open a specific reminder
I've tried things like
reminders:74771907-EA34-4848-A935-0C839AE123CC using both list and reminder-item identifiers, but to no avail.
jeeyul's answer points out that Reminders-related URL schemes are undocumented, which would likely cause rejection of apps that use them when submitted to the OSX/iOS App Store.
For private use, however, this is not an issue.
- https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/featuredarticles/iPhoneURLScheme_Reference/Introduction/Introduction.html for a list of official URL schemes on both iOS and OSX
- http://superuser.com/questions/498943/directory-of-url-schemes-for-mac-apps provides good information for examining the schemes defined on a given machine.