Does a goal create reminders from the payment plan?

Does creating a goal (like credit card or loan payoff) create automatic bill reminders (in the reminder section) for the goal payment plan?

It seems like when I create a goal to pay off a credit card and the goal provides me with a suggested payment plan, the tool should either create bill reminders based on the total I have set a side (like $1000 a month to pay off all cards) or the individual account payment plan that the tool generates (so if for one card it says $450 for one month then $300 for another and then another card says $550 for one month and then $700 for another).  

I haven't seen this in Quicken, but Microsoft Money used to generate bill reminders from a Goal payment plan and the reminders would be updated with the totals that the month of the payment plan reflected.

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