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Doctor appointment

2021-02-26, 15:20 PM

On my old Samsung phone on the clock you were able to set an alarm and a date in advance.

This way I had all my appointments  there and when the time came an alarm went off. Is there a way to do this on the Moto G power phone?

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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-26, 20:52 PM

Hi Vanessalf,

 

Alarms on stock android phones does not have feature that can be set on certain future dates. We will take note of your feedback and pass it along to our team. 

 

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Zeke
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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-26, 15:35 PM

Myself, I use the "Alarm Clock Xtreme" app for alarms, and the regular Google Calendar app for standard appointments and notifications. When I touch the large Moto clock icon on the home screen, it takes me immediately to the Alarm Clock Xtreme page.  Alarm Clock Xtreme gives you tons of options for setting up alarms and how they're managed.

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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-26, 16:15 PM

Thank you I will check into that. But I'm a little bit strange, I don't like using Google for too many things. 😜

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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-26, 20:52 PM

Hi Vanessalf,

 

Alarms on stock android phones does not have feature that can be set on certain future dates. We will take note of your feedback and pass it along to our team. 

 

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Zeke
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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-27, 22:43 PM

Unfortunately, if you don't like using Google products, you probably should not have purchased a device which uses Android OS.  Apple is one major OS/phone alternative, and Microsoft is another.  There are not a great many possibilities to pick from.

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Re:Doctor appointment

2021-02-28, 15:13 PM

I think Google is the lesser of the two evils. And cheaper too . It's just that I don't like things nagging me trying to get me to do what they want me to do. I like things simple and not elaborate. But thanks for your input.🌿 💙 🌿 

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