The tick list can intelligently match the to-do items to the corresponding date and time and automatically remind them Entering to-do items in the tick list will intelligently identify its content. Once the user learns and understands the rules, many operations will be executive email list reduced. The event identification rules are summarized as follows: 1. Include a specific date Identify the corresponding items with colloquial language or specific date as the to-do items of the executive email list corresponding date, for example: the content containing "week 3" or "Wednesday" will be identified as the to-do items for this Wednesday.
The specific categories are as follows: The content contains "the day before yesterday, the day before yesterday, today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, the day after tomorrow", taking the current day as the reference day, and matching to the corresponding day; The executive email list content contains "week x" and "this week x" to match the corresponding day of the week, x can be a number or Chinese; If the content contains "last week x" and "next week x", this week is used as the reference day, and the corresponding day is matched, and x can be a number or executive email list Chinese; Content containing "x month x day" or "xx" or "x/x" matches the specific corresponding date, for example: December 25, 12-25, 12/25, etc. 2.
Include frequent words Content containing frequent words will be automatically matched to the corresponding to-do items that match the rule date. For example executive email list , if the content contains "every day", the event will be automatically matched as a daily event starting from today. The frequency needs to cover "every n years", "every n months", "every n weeks", "every day/day", n is N*(a positive integer greater than 0, when n is 1, n can be omitted" . If executive email list the frequency is more than a week, the date is often included, such as: January 1st of each year, the 4th of every month, and every Wednesday, all of which support identification and automatic matching as repeated items. 3.