I’ve started using Due again over the past few weeks. One thing bugs me: I can mark a Due alert done on one device, but will often continue to be reminded about the same alert on my other synced iOS devices. It’s a minor irritation, but compounding over time.
I’ve run through my settings, and I’ve managed to get things working on some occasion, i.e. mark an alert done on one device and receive the “1 reminder modified” notification on others. But more often than not, changes don’t sync to a device until I manually open Due on it.
Does anyone else have a better experience of background syncing of alerts in Due? I’ve read the FAQ that suggests it might be an iOS failing, so I appreciate that this might be as good as it gets.
Alternatively: does anyone know of a notification tool that offers a better experience of syncing between multiple devices, with similar auto-snoozing/persistence, integration with Shortcuts and possibility for a url to be invoked from a notification? Thus far, I’ve run a quick test with GoodTask’s auto-snooze feature, which seems to offer the same kind of “persistent until done” functionality that I appreciate Due for, but also seems to suffer from the same lazy syncing (my use of “lazy” here is not as judgement or criticism for either of these apps…)
My only other way forward, far as I can see, would be to remove Due from all but one device, leaving that as the one true source for all Due alerts. Somewhat sad, but might be a workable option…