Google is bringing its popular and practical Reminders to the web after having already introduced it Google Calendar on Android and iPhones. The feature, expected to roll-out to Calendar web users this week, works basically the same way as they do on mobiles. Reminders appear just like events, slotted in at the date and time you set them for. But unlike events, a Reminder will not disappear when the day is over — it will stick around at the top of your calendar until it is marked complete.
Reminders have been rolling out across Google properties over the last year. They started in Gmail's Inbox app, and then came to Keep and Calendar (they can also be created and viewed in the main Google app). Reminders will sync across all of Google's properties that support them, so if you create a reminder in Inbox, it will show up in Calendar, too. Now with support from Calendar on the web, Reminders are across most of Google's core organization apps. Perhaps Gmail on the web is next on the list.