New celebration watchOS 4?

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  1. CNebs macrumors member

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    My memory could be off here but, I could have sworn I see this with my s3.
     
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  4. CNebs thread starter macrumors member

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    Which series 3 do you have? Maybe that’s why? I have the Nike model with LTE.
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    Odd I’ve yet to see it...
     
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    I have the Apple model SB SS LTE s3
     
  6. wytwolf macrumors regular

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    I see it whenever I close all 3 rings that day on my series 2
     
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    Does it pop up automatically? I usually look at mine when I pull down on the notifications. Maybe that’s why?
     
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    You won’t see it by pull down notifications. It pops up automatically. It’s the same notification you get when you close a ring. But it’s all 3 at once.
     
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    Guess I need to pay better attention then. Thanks!
     
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    Your watch will vibrate a good bit when you achieve the goal. That should cause you to look at the watch. ;)
     
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    CFB903D4-A934-45A6-B9C7-3151F5C7F26A.png Guess I missed at again, this I what I saw right when I felt the taps...
     
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    The other one for completing a perfect 7 week is more awesome.
     
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    I have a series 3 aluminum with LTE and I get that when I close the final ring. I also get a single color when I close the first 2 rings. It happens immediately following closure of the ring and easy to miss.
     
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    Would be nice if your could replay the celebration, maybe in a future update...
     
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    So I was experiencing the same issue when watchOS 4.0 was released, my wife’s S1 would animate the ring closings and my S2 would only give me a solid screen notification you posted above (we both had Goal Completions turned on in the Activity settings).

    After some research, I had to go into WATCH app on the iPhone -> Notifications -> turn off Notification Privacy, and the activity goal notification animations started to display (but only when you are first alerted to the notification, otherwise it will display the non-animated notification when you check your unread notifications at a later time).

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Interesting, going to give it a try. Wish the animation would play without having to turn that setting off. Like clean notifications when texts and other items come through. Will see tomorrow morning since I’ll be going for a run.
     
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    I wasn’t wild about turning that setting off either, but I’m used to it now. If I get a notification after I raise to wake and don’t want it displayed, I just cover the watch face with the palm of my hand to turn the display off, thus making it an unread notification.

    Keep us updated. :)
     
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    Good to know!
     

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