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How to use Apple Watch and Its Features

How to use Apple Watch
Written by Hassan Abbas

You guys might not realize it, but if you wear an Apple Watch, that handy wearable can help you a lot
throughout your workday. Sure, you might use it to check emails, view your appointments, and even
answer calls if your iPhone is not nearby. But with some of the built-in applications and feature., Your
Apple Watch can be a helpful tool for getting through a stressful day of work. In this article, we are going
to talk about How to use Apple Watch to get through your workday.

Stand Reminders | How to use Apple Watch

Just like many of us, you may do most if not all of your work behind a desk. And when you are focused
on what you are doing, it can be easy to forget to stretch. This is important to your health and can help if
you struggle with back problems.

The Stand Reminder on Apple Watch will give you a gentle tap every 50 minutes to let you know it is
time to stand up.

In order to enable the feature, open the Watch app on your iPhone and select Activity. Then, enable the
toggle for Stand Reminders.

Work Break Reminders | How to use Apple Watch

Along with reminders to stand up, you may benefit from reminders to take a break. If you use the
Pomerado technique while you work. Then you can easily set the timer on your Apple Watch for 25 minutes.
When the timer goes off, take a break for five minutes. Then go back to work for another 25 minutes and
continue this pattern.

  • First, open the Timer app on your Apple Watch.
  • Use the Digital Crown to scroll down and select Custom.
  • Then enter 25 minutes and tap Start. (You can also use 20 or 30 minutes.)

Break Alarms | How to use Apple Watch

If you are not keen on the Pomodoro method, you can still use the alarm to remind you to take a break.
Plan to work until a time and set the alarm. Then take a break and do the same for another break later.

  • First, open the Alarm app on your Apple Watch.
  •  Use the Digital Crown to scroll down and select Add Alarm
  • Then enter the time and tap Set. The toggle for alarm will automatically turn on.

When time is up, take your break and also set another alarm for later.

Tip: Every time you add an alarm in the app, it will be in the list. So, you can easily set a few for
throughout the day and enable them. Then every day those same alarms will repeat for you.

Breathe Reminders | How to use Apple Watch

Another helpful tool on Apple Watch is the Breathe app. With it, you spend just a few minutes taking
some deep breathes. You can close your eyes, breathe deeply, and hopefully wash away some of your

stress or anxiety.

To enable these reminders, open the Watch app on your iPhone and also select Breathe. Then, do the
following.

  • Select Allow Notifications or Send to Notification Center at the top, depending on how you want
    to receive your reminders.
  • Then tap Breathe Reminders.
  • Choose how many times per day you want to receive the reminder from one to 10.
  • Optionally, you can go down and tap Breath Rate and select how many breaths per minute you
    want the app to instruct you to take, from four to 10.

Tap the arrow to head back or close the app.

Then when you receive your Breathe reminder, just follow the prompts on your Watch.

Task Reminders

One more way that your Apple Watch can help you with your workday is with the Reminders app.
Whether you set up task reminders directly on your Watch or on your iPhone, you can receive those
notifications on your wrist.

  • Open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap Notifications.
  • Then select Reminders.
  • Choose to either Mirror my iPhone or set up a Custom notification.

For Custom, pick either Allow Notifications or Send to Notification Center, depending on how you want to
see the alerts.

Optionally, you can enable the toggles for Sound and Haptic to go along with the notification you receive.

Wrapping it up

Getting through your workday can be a lot easier with these tips for apps on your Apple Watch. Whether
you need a reminder to take a short break or take a deep breath, you have the tools you need on your
wrist.
Are you going to use some of these tricks to help you during the workday? Or, do you have some tips
like these of your own you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below or message us on
Twitter.

Conclusion

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Have a Great Day!

Also See: How to Recover Lost or Old Notifications on Android

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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