I just realised that I've never used Apple's app Reminders as it would deserve to be used, because I've never completely understood his way of managing completed tasks.
- I create a reminder.
- I complete it and it disappear.
- It doesn't really disappear, it's just hidden in the completed list.
If I would use Reminders for every thing I'd need it, I would accumulate thousands of completed tasks every year. What's the point of keeping all them there?
Should I cancel them manually? But should I cancel them 1 by 1, or all together in one shot? Why not setting a default cancellation time, like Notes or vocals on iMessage.
Or should I keep them all as a memory? Wouldn't them, slowly slowly, fill up my 5gb free iCloud storage?
Am I missing something? What's your way of dealing with completed tasks?