Disable "No upcoming events"

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by EdisEdward, Sep 2, 2015.

  1. EdisEdward macrumors 6502

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    Is it possible to have the calendar complication on, but have it say nothing if there are no events that day? Instead of it saying "no upcoming events"? I like the analog face and I have the calendar there...but on weekends I have no events and I disable the calendar complication to get rid of the "no upcoming events"
     
  2. JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    I agree it's annoying, and Apple should make it so it switches to a different complication on the fly when there's no event. However, you can always switch to a different face (Simple, etc.) with the less annoying "None" in the corner.
     
  3. Newtons Apple Suspended

    Newtons Apple

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    Not much customization allowed on the Apple watch. Hoping that OS2 will give us more but from what I hear it will but only marginally.
     
  4. ivandr macrumors regular

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    Could you try putting in a recurring, daily event in your calendar late at night (say 11:45) with no text in the title? That way if you have other events that day they will show up no problem, but if you have a day with no events (except this 'blank' event) the watch will display a blank space as that is the next event on the calendar
     
  5. EdisEdward thread starter macrumors 6502

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    that is a good idea. but i thought about it for a second, and that would be a problem on sudnay, for example. if i go to bed at 10pm, my watch will display nothing bc of the blank event at 1145, instead of notifying me that there is a monday morning meeting at 8am. but thanks for sharing, that is a good manual work around. i need to put in some more thought as to how it can work better for me with these manual entries
     
  6. JayLenochiniMac, Sep 3, 2015
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    JayLenochiniMac macrumors G5

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    11:45 isn't set in stone and you're supposed to use your own bedtime. Set it late enough so that whatever event(s) happen the next day aren't going to cause you alarm, thinking that it's for later that night.
     
  7. BarracksSi Suspended

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    I dunno, I would feel better knowing that I have nothing planned for a day. ;)
     

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