How do I get iMessage notifications on Apple Watch?
Decide how to be notified
- Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.
- Tap My Watch, then tap Messages.
- Tap Custom to set options for how you want to be notified when you receive a message.
Why am I not getting iMessage notifications on my Apple Watch?
If your Apple Watch and iPhone aren’t paired correctly, you won’t receive notifications. … Switch it off by opening the Watch app then going to My Watch > Sounds & Haptics and toggling Cover to Mute off. Check that your iPhone is still receiving notifications properly and that Airplane mode isn’t switched on.
How do I get notifications on both iPhone and Apple Watch?
If you turn off Wrist Detection (on your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch > Passcode – turn off Wrist Detection), then all notification alerts will be delivered to both devices.
Why am I only getting notifications on my Apple watch and not my phone?
If your iPhone is locked or asleep and your Apple Watch is unlocked (regardless of whether the watch display is asleep or awake) and on your wrist, you will receive notification alerts on your watch. If your Apple Watch is locked or has Do Not Disturb enabled, then notifications will go to your iPhone.
Why doesn’t my Apple Watch make a sound when I get a text?
On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch > Sounds & Haptics: Check that the Alert Volume is towards the centre or right hand side. Check that Silent Mode is not enabled. Check that Haptic Strength is set to the middle or far right hand side of the slider.
Why am I not getting my notifications?
Cause of Notifications Not Showing up on Android
Do Not Disturb or Airplane Mode is turned on. Either system or app notifications are disabled. Power or data settings are preventing apps from retrieving notification alerts. Outdated apps or OS software can cause apps to freeze or crash and not deliver notifications.