Organize your Reminders into Sections
Categories and sections aren’t just for the new Grocery List feature. While Reminders will organize your grocery list entries automatically, you can also create similar headers in any standard list, using them to organize your tasks however you’d like.
Sections can be expanded and collapsed, individual reminders can be dragged and dropped between sections, and entire sections can be moved by either dragging and dropping them elsewhere in the list order or using a new Manage Sections screen.
Sections are unique to each list. They’ll appear in the All smart list but not in others like Today, Scheduled, Flagged, or any other smart lists you create on your own. Sadly, there’s no way to use section headers in smart lists — at least not yet. That could change by the time the iOS 17 public release arrives this fall.