I know that if I want to create a new task in Reminders and I write something like:
Buy milk tomorrow at 3:00pm
Reminder.app understands by itself that the date and the time of execution of the task will be tomorrow at 3:00pm and it will set both of them for me. So I don't need to select the task, push the "i" button, check the option "Remind me on a day" and set a time and a date.
My question is quite simple, and is this:
Is it possible to do the same for priorities ?
I mean: I'd like to write something like:
Buy milk !!
and see the app that understands that the two exclamation points on the task mean that it has an higher priority. I tried to use different sentences and AFAIK there's no way of telling Reminders to set the priority for me, without having to manually set it. That would be super-handy for me. But I might be wrong, and this is why I'm asking you if there's any way to avoid having to go in the options of each task and set the priority.
Thank you and best regards