How to Print Lists in the Reminders App

Learn how to print lists directly from the Reminders app on your iPhone so you can take a physical copy anywhere.

Good news: Apple has finally added a feature that allows you to you print your Reminders app lists directly from your iPhone! Now you can print out your grocery list and carry it with you in the store, print your family's to-do lists and stick them to the fridge, and more. Let's dive into how to print lists from the Reminders app on your iPhone.

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Related: How To Print From Your iPad or iPhone

Important: In order to use this tip, you'll need to be sure you've updated your iPhone to the latest iOS version, called iOS 14.5. The update process may take around two hours to complete, but we promise it's worth it! Once your iPhone is updated, you can use the steps below to print lists from the Reminders app. For more on what's new in iOS 14.5, sign up for our free Tip of the Day newsletter.

To print Reminders app lists:

  1. Open the Reminders app.

    Reminders
     
  2. Select the list you'd like to print.

    Select list
     
  3. Tap the more icon (the three dots) in the top-right corner of your screen.

    Tap icon
     
  4. Tap Print.

    Tap Print
     
  5. If a printer is not already selected, tap Select Printer.

    Select printer.
     
  6. Select the printer you'd like to use.

    Select printer
     
  7. Tap Print.

    Print

Now you can bring your grocery list to the store or give out physical to-do lists to your family members as needed. If you'd like to customize your AirPrint settings on your iPhone, there are options for that as well.

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Elisabeth Garry

Elisabeth Garry is a Feature Web Writer for iPhone Life. Formerly of Gartner and Software Advice, she has four years’ experience writing about technology for everyday users. As a former college writing instructor, she is passionate about effective, accessible communication, which is perhaps why she loves helping people make the best use of the strongest communication tools they have available: their iPhones. She has a degree in Russian Literature and Language from Reed College.

When she’s not writing for iPhone Life, she’s probably either reading (19th-century Russian literature or fantasy novels), writing fiction, or spending time with her adorable dog, Moosh.