Widgets are a neat way to always keep an eye on your tasks. They live straight on your home-screen and provide you with a quick glance at your upcoming tasks.
To save battery, widgets are limited in what they can do and sometimes can take a couple of minutes to update. Tapping any task will open the task in the app.
Widgets are free to use for everyone and come in three different sizes. To add them, follow these simple steps:
- From the Home Screen, touch and hold a widget or an empty area until the apps jiggle.
- Tap the Add button in the upper-left corner.
- Look for Structured, choose from three widget sizes, then tap Add Widget.
- Tap Done.
To learn more about widgets, you can visit Apple's help page about them.
If the widget stops updating or is stuck on a previous day, you might need to restart your device to get it up and running again. I'm investigating on how to improve this.
There have been some problems with iOS lately that the widgets of apps are not showing up in the widget gallery. Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do about it, as it's a problem on Apple's end. You can try to follow the steps outlined here and see if this helps.
Right now, the widget follows the style of the app (color, dark mode, etc.), but making them more customizable is on my