At least for me. I decided when I got my Apple Watch that I was going to try for the 853rd time to lose weight and get healthy. I'm using My Fitness Pal to track calories, the Apple Watch to track movement and workouts, and the Health app to aggregate it all into one place. Because of that, I found myself opening the "rings" app a lot to see how I'm doing, and it's just too many crown clicks and taps to get that info and get back to my watch face. I was completely disregarding Glances at first, but I have come to realize that this is the very thing they set out to solve. I'm using the Modular watch face to display time, date, battery, sunrise/sunset, and temperature, but also the digital interpretation of the rings. If I want to see the rings themselves, a swipe up shows me the glance and a swipe back down gets me back to the watch. If I want more than that, then I launch the actual app. The more I try to use shortcuts to things and Siri for everything else, the smoother it gets to use this watch. It's almost becoming like second nature. And twice now I have accidentally left my iPhone at the house because I'm getting so used to doing everything on my Watch. This little wrist computer is nuts!