Set alarms

Use the Alarm Clock app to play a sound or vibrate Apple Watch at the right time. Add an alarm to your watch face so you can see upcoming alarms at a glance and open the Alarm Clock app with a tap.

Ask Siri. “Set repeating alarm for 6 o’clock PM.”

Add an alarm. Open Alarm Clock, firmly press the display, then tap Add Alarm +. Tap Change Time, tap AM or PM, tap the hours or minutes, turn the Digital Crown to adjust, then tap Set. Set repeat, label, and snooze to suit you.

Set or adjust an alarm. Open Alarm Clock, then tap the switch next to the alarm to turn it on or off, or tap the alarm to change its settings.

Ask Siri. “Turn off seven-thirty alarm.”

See the upcoming alarm on your watch face. With the watch face showing, firmly press the display, then tap Customize. Swipe left until you can select individual complications, tap the one you’d like to use for alarms, then turn the Digital Crown to choose the alarm. When you’re finished, press the Digital Crown. You can add alarms to these faces: Chronograph, Color, Mickey Mouse, Modular, Simple, and Utility.

Don’t let yourself snooze. When an alarm sounds, you can tap Snooze to wait several minutes before the alarm sounds again. If you don’t want to allow snooze, tap the alarm in the list of alarms, then turn off Snooze.

Delete an alarm. Open Alarm Clock, tap the alarm in the list, scroll to the bottom, then tap Delete.

Last updated: 27/12/2018
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