iPhone “Welcome to reminders” and they’re deleted..

actcyclist

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Hi, I upgraded to iOS13 this morning and got a pop up that welcomed me to new reminders, however when I look they’re all gone.

This is not going to be easy, I had all my shopping, finance and other stuff in multiple lists.
 

gwhizkids

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Hi, I upgraded to iOS13 this morning and got a pop up that welcomed me to new reminders, however when I look they’re all gone.

This is not going to be easy, I had all my shopping, finance and other stuff in multiple lists.
This has happened during the beta to some. Give them time to sync back to your device. I think you'll be ok. If not, contact Apple Support.
 
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actcyclist

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😯 I now have reminders out of sync on my iPad, Apple Watch and iPhone.

I think I’ll go back to post it notes, screw this
 

Clbart

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This has happened during the beta to some. Give them time to sync back to your device. I think you'll be ok. If not, contact Apple Support.
I actually gave up on the beta for this so I’m a bit disappointed it happened with the public release. Any idea on how long it will take to sync?
 

MM07

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Not happy about this as well. If I knew the Reminders app on my Mac would be disabled I would not of "upgraded."

I am still missing some as well. It had been hours since I updated to iOS 13.
 

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For what it's worth, my reminders are still there. I chose not to upgrade to the new format as my desktop is staying on 10.13.
 
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gwhizkids

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I actually gave up on the beta for this so I’m a bit disappointed it happened with the public release. Any idea on how long it will take to sync?
I would guess overnight. You might also try signing out of and into iCloud to force the issue.
 

actcyclist

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i have a large number of reminders in multiple lists, they’re now a mess and my HomePod can no longer make reminders.
Apple has done so well in recent years keeping my stuff synced perfectly that I’ve forgotten how frustrating stuff like this is.
 
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henni2016

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i have a large number of reminders in multiple lists, they’re now a mess and my HomePod can no longer make reminders.
Apple has done so well in recent years keeping my stuff synced perfectly that I’ve forgotten how frustrating stuff like this is.
This is so not Apple. I'm having the same mess. Upgraded my reminders and now my HomePod won't recognise any of my lists anymore. Also, i'm not able to share a reminder-list. Tapping on "Add a person" just does nothing. This is really not what you would expect after years of reliable working reminder lists on iOS. I hope they'll fix this with 13.1 and i think they have to hurry up with that HomePod update.
 

jww062

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Not happy about this as well. If I knew the Reminders app on my Mac would be disabled I would not of "upgraded."

I am still missing some as well. It had been hours since I updated to iOS 13.
There is literally a warning message when you upgrade that tells you it won't sync properly if you have devices that aren't upgraded to iOS/iPadOS 13 or MacOS 10.15, and lists those that haven't been updated by device name.
 
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iVegas

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Had a bit of a freak out last night when I upgraded and all my reminder lists disappeared. After a a restart they slowly started coming back but it probably took a good hour or two to get back to normal.

Still can't add people to my lists. I just get the spinning wheel and then it crashes to the list screen.