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TRICKorDEVICE

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Does anyone know what the ! in front of my next calendar event as displayed in the calendar complication on the face of my watch means.

I'm using the calendar complication at the bottom center of the screen. The title has an exclamation point in front of it.
 

DirtySocks85

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Does it overlap a different calendar event? It may be the way of indicating a schedule conflict. I have the same thing on my calendar complication right now and I know that I have two things scheduled during the same time slot (one of which I'm actually needed to be present at, the other I just need to be aware of because I am responsible for it).
 

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greytmom

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Some were guessing earlier that the icon appears when the appointment is within minutes. But that makes no sense, since I am seeing it on one of my appointments that isn't until tomorrow morning, many hours away.

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Does it overlap a different calendar event? It may be the way of indicating a schedule conflict. I have the same thing on my calendar complication right now and I know that I have two things scheduled during the same time slot (one of which I'm actually needed to be present at, the other I just need to be aware of because I am responsible for it).

I bet you are right, I do have two items scheduled at the same time.
 

TRICKorDEVICE

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Sep 20, 2014
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120
Some were guessing earlier that the icon appears when the appointment is within minutes. But that makes no sense, since I am seeing it on one of my appointments that isn't until tomorrow morning, many hours away.

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I bet you are right, I do have two items scheduled at the same time.

I think the schedule conflict theory is correct. Good call!
 
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