How to rearrange the order of the watch faces on Apple Watch
But what if you want to change the display order of the watch faces? In this article, we'll learn how to organize and reorganize the order of the watch faces on your Apple Watch.
How to order the watch faces on the Apple Watch
There is absolutely no limit to the number of watch faces you can add to your Apple Watch. But once the initial excitement is gone, on your favorites list will be left with only a few watch faces that you may want to use regularly.
Usually, people have a habit of rotating clock faces in three main styles: complex form with complex information (Infograph), simple form (with typeface or large mechanical digits) and entertaining (Memoji, photos, funny themes in general).
Ideally, then, we could group the lake faces of the three types above into a 'collection' in a certain order so that they can be changed quickly if desired. For example, simply swipe from the left or right edge of the screen to quickly switch between watch faces in different formats. Alternatively, you can also set the watch face to change automatically using Shortcuts.
But for this enjoyable experience, you first need to go through a few basic setup steps. After you've added and customized your watch faces, tap and hold the watch face.
Here, press and hold the watch face you want to move order.
Immediately, the watch face will be selected and you will see a marker, along with preview images of the two expected watch faces that will lie ahead and after. You will also see the current dial number (3 out of 12 in the example).
When you're satisfied with the order of the watch faces, lift your finger off the screen.
You can also repeat this process to rearrange the order of other watch faces as you like for easy quick switching.
How to rearrange Apple Watch faces on iPhone
In fact, it's simpler to order your Apple Watch watch faces through the My Watch app on your iPhone.
First, open the 'Watch' app on your iPhone and go to the 'My Watch' tab.
Here, in the 'My Faces' section click the 'Edit' button.
You will now see a list of all available watch faces. Press and hold the handle icon (three parallel tiles) from the right edge of the watch face.
Swipe up or down to move the watch face to the position you want.
Repeat this process to rearrange other watch faces according to the position you want. Once done, tap the 'Done' button to save your changes.
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