Afternoon guys. What's the actual point of the iMessage complication ? If you receive an iMessage the Watch makes a noise & vibation , dependant on your settings. You then raise your wrist & see that a message has been sent. You either act on it or you don't. However , you receive an iMessage & your Watch makes a noise etc as I previously explained. Thing is , you may not be able to raise Watch or glance at that precise time , & you have to carry on doing what you're doing. Then of course when you're able to check you raise your wrist. Thing is , all you see is the red dot notification at the top of the screen. Now this can be said of a lot of my apps. Football notifications , sky news notifications etc. So what it doesn't actually tell me , say 30 secs after I've received an iMessage , is that I've actually received an iMessage. The only way I know is too either slice down from the top of the Watch screen , or pick up my phone & see there's a iMessage been sent. So apart from pressing the green text bubble complication & being taken to your messages , what other function does this complication have ? Is the point of the iMessage complication just to take you to your messages quickly or am I missing something here ? I use Spark for my emails , they provide a complication for their Watch app & when sent an email it will state 1 , 2 emails , or whatever the number count is. So if a 3rd party app can do this , why can't the most popular Apple iMessage app. Surely this is something that should've been obvious to include. If you choose to have the iMessage complication on your Watch face , why wouldn't you want to see the number of unread messages you have. You do on the iPhone & iPad. Why can't it have a 0 under the message bubble like Spark email? Cheers.