How Smart Date Parsing works in TickTick

Smart Date Parsing provides a much easier way for users to set date & reminder efficiently in the application. When adding a task via typing or voice, information on dates will be automatically parsed and set on your calendar. However, not all the date formats can be recognized by Smart Date Parsing. Below are some examples of the date formats you can use in TickTick.

Date & Time

What you type How TickTick parses
today Today
tomorrow Tomorrow
monday Monday (Also works as "mon")
next monday Next Monday (Also works as "next mon")
march March 1 (Also works as "mar")
mar 6 the next Mar 6 (Also work as "march 6, 3/6, 03/06, 3-6, 03-06")
mar 6, 2018 Mar 6, 2018 (Also work as "march 6, 2018, 2018/3/6, 2018/03/06, 3/6/2018, 03/06/2018")
9:00 the next 9:00
9 pm the next 9 pm (Also works as "9pm, 9 PM, 9 p.m., 9:00 pm")
mar 6, 9 pm 9 pm on the next March 6
morning the next 9 am
noon the next 12 pm
afternoon the next 1 pm
evening the next 5 pm
night the next 8 pm
midnight the next 12 am

When you create a task with unclear date information, TickTick will automatically parse it on the most recent date & time. For example, if typing "remind me at 9:00" at 4 pm, a task that's due on today 9 pm will be created.

Repeat Rules

What you type How TickTick parses
every day Every day starting from today (Also works as "daily")
every 2 days Every 2 days starting from today
every 2 weeks Every 2 weeks starting from today
every 2 months Every 2 months starting from today
every 3 years Every 3 years starting from today
every monday Every Monday starting from the most recent Monday
every weekday Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday starting from the most recent weekday
every weekend Every Saturday, and Sunday starting from the most recent weekend
1st day of every month 1st day of every month
last day of every month last day of every month

Reminders in Advance

What you type How TickTick parses
remind me 3 minutes / hours / days / weeks earlier Remind me 3 minutes/hours/days/weeks earlier, basing on the date and time of the task
remind me earlier Remind me 5 minutes earlier, basing on the date and time of the task

Delayed Reminders

What you type How TickTick parses
3 minutes / hours / days / weeks / months / years later 3 minutes/hours/days/weeks/months/years later ,basing on the current time (Also works as"after 3 minutes", "in 3 minutes ")
2 hours 30 minutes later 2 hours 30 minutes later, basing on the current time (Also works as "after 2 hours 30 minutes", "in 2 hours 30 minutes")

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