1 Answer. Show activity on this post. You can send messages from the iPhone using the WatchConnectivity framework and you can use Haptic feedback to notify the user, but the system won't display notifications on the Watch when the iPhone is unlocked.
On your screen, tap on Notify When Left Behind option. By default, it is in turned-off mode. From the next screen, toggle on “Notify When Left Behind.” Below that, you can select locations you do not want to get iPhone left behind alerts on Apple Watch.
- If your iPhone is locked or asleep and your watch is unlocked (regardless of whether the watch screen is asleep or awake) and on your wrist, you will receive notifications on your watch. - If your watch is locked or has Do Not Disturb enabled, notifications will go to your iPhone.
In the Bridge settings pane, enable or disable Meeting entry and exit notifications. This is selected by default. If you clear it, users who have already joined the meeting won't be notified when someone enters or leaves the meeting. Under Entry/exit announcement type, select Names or phone numbers or Tones.
The good news is that Apple has finally caught up to my behavior with their new feature, called Notify When Left Behind (part of Find My.) This separation notification helps you keep track of your devices' and items' locations and, when set up, alerts you when you leave one (or more) of them behind.
Tap on the Devices or Items tab. For Apple Watch, open the Find Devices or Find Items app. Choose the device or item where left behind notifications aren't showing up. Tap Notify When Left Behind.
Under Notifications, tap Notify When Left Behind. From here you can: See your Home as a location where you won't be notified. Tap New Location to add locations where you don't want to be notified when something's left there.
The Phone Buddy app (£4.99/$4.99 in the App Store) relies on monitoring the Bluetooth connection between the iPhone and the Apple Watch. If the signal from the iPhone can no longer be traced, a warning signal will sound on the watch with the message that your iPhone is out of range.
How to turn on Notify When Left Behind on your iPhone, AirPods, Apple Watch, iPad, and more! Open the Find My app. For Apple Watch, open either the Find Devices or Find Items app, depending on what product you want to turn this feature on for. For iPhone, AirPods (Pro and Max), Watch, iPad, etc., choose Find Devices.
Select the device or item that you aren't getting left behind notifications for. Scroll down using your finger or the watch's Digital Crown and tap Notify When Left Behind. Toggle Notify When Left Behind off. Wait 10-20 seconds, then toggle it back on.
Set up Notify When Left Behind Under Notifications, tap Notify When Left Behind. If you don't see Notify When Left behind, then that device might not be supported.
Notify Me: With the Notify Me feature, Find My Friends can tell you when your friend leaves or arrives at a particular location. Two locations—their current location and your current location—are always available for quick selection.
Your Apple Watch alerts you when an alarm goes off so you can snooze or dismiss the alarm.
Read a message on Apple Watch When you feel a tap or hear an alert sound telling you that a message has arrived, raise your Apple Watch to read it. Turn the Digital Crown to scroll to the bottom of the message.
Verify your operating system supports Notify When Left Behind notifications and update, if available. This feature requires that you run WatchOS 8 and above on your Apple Watch, iOS 15, or iPadOS 15 and later for your iPhone and iPad and that your Mac runs macOS Monterey and higher.
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