Rather than remind people, how can we help let the family organizer know the task was done?
This idea/insight came from the Busy Family research I participated in during September. The family organizers would remind and remind family members to do tasks. But even though it was delegated, the task remained on the organizer’s “list” (mentally or externally) until they could verify it was done. It was only then that it could be “checked off”.
I don’t know what the idea is, but It seems like there is something there - less about helping with reminders and more around helping the organizer learn that the task was done.