Alternative Option: Set up Faces in the Watch App
Automatically apply: Go to Mail > Preferences > Rules > Add Rule, set rules, go to Set Color > of background > Other, and select a color.
Press the Digital Crown to go to the watch face. Touch and hold the display. Swipe left or right to choose a watch face, then tap Edit.
Open the Memoji app on your Apple Watch, tap a Memoji, then choose an option: Edit a Memoji: Tap features such as eyes and headwear, then turn the Digital Crown to choose a variation. Create a Memoji watch face: Scroll down, then tap Create Watch Face.
Open the Zerion App on your iPhone and tap the NFT section on the Overview screen. Open the NFT you'd like to display on your Apple Watch and tap “…” in the top right corner of the screen. Select “Create Watch Face” and boom, you're done!
Open the Timers app on your Apple Watch. Scroll to the top of the screen, then tap Custom. Tap hours, minutes, or seconds; turn the Digital Crown to adjust. Tap Start.
For the date and time to be displayed on the watch you need to have the apple calendar on your phone. If you have the stock apple calendar app on your phone and the date or time doesn't show on the watch then delete the calendar app from your phone and reinstall it from the phone app store.
Steps to Customize Your Apple Watch Face
Background App Refresh is a setting feature that allows apps to automatically download updates and new content. In addition, it constantly refreshes apps that are running in the background. The feature is enabled by default on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
Did you know that apps running in the background on your Apple Watch can affect its performance and impact battery life? If you're worried about this, you may want to disable background app refresh on your wearable.
Each App in Settings will have its own switch for App Refresh if it requires it and should be possible to turn it on or off there. If you switch it off, the Apps will not refresh in the background, and when you go to use one, you may need to wait for it to refresh to update data.
Click on the This [Widget Type] tab, and then open the Widget section and you'll see all the options for that specific widget. In the Widget Background subsection, you'll find the Widget Background Color option. Click on the down arrow to the right of the field to get your color picker.
Press on the “Photo” sticker feature (Android people: you might not have this option yet, so check out Trick #2 or #3) Add your background photo. Make it big on top of the post to cover the screen. Go back in the Photo Sticker feature.
Changing Your Zoom Background on Mobile Devices
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Android limits background apps to extend battery life.Check your battery settings