If you are using Microsoft Edge in Windows 10, you don’t have to keep the page open or bookmark it or keep in mind to return. You can request Cortana to remember and forget about the address in the future. This is helpful for something related to time, for instance, when it goes on sale, you might need to come back to buy a ticket or another product. Or, maybe tomorrow you would just want to read a long blog. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to generate Microsoft Edge and Cortana website reminders in Windows 10.

Generate Microsoft Edge and Cortana Website Reminders in Windows 10

To generate Microsoft Edge and Cortana website reminders in Windows 10, follow this procedure step by step:

Click the Search button. Type Microsoft Edge in the search bar and choose the option as the following image is showing:

As soon as you will choose the Microsoft Edge option, the browser will open. Now open the website or page for which you want to set a reminder as follows:

Click the Share button on the right corner of the page. A menu will open, choose Cortana Reminders as highlighted in the above image. As soon as you will click the Cortana Reminders, the following dialogue will appear:

After loading the web page, Cortana reminder will open like this:

Enter the title of the reminder in the Reminder text box. Then click the Time for which you want to get reminded of the website. As soon as you will click the Time, the following options will appear:

Now choose any time for which you want to set a reminder. Then click the Remind button as highlighted in the following image.

As soon as you will click the Remind button, it will show like this:

Here you can edit the reminder and see all the reminders. The reminder will generate like this on selected time:

You can Snooze it for selected time period like this:

Click the Open Link option to open the website as follows:

Conclusion

By following this procedure you can generate Microsoft Edge and Cortana website reminders in Windows 10.

How to generate Microsoft Edge and Cortana Website Reminders in Windows 10
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Karim Buzdar

About the Author: Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various web sites. You can reach Karim on LinkedIn

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