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Replying to any message on Apple Watch is quite simple. Though you can't type a message due to the Apple Watch’s small screen size, you have the option to reply to any message through pre-defined texts, funny emojis and voice message. Sending a recorded message as voice or text helps you communicate conveniently. However, there are times; you would rather prefer to send a text message silently.

If you have enabled Handoff on your Apple Watch, you can reply to any message through long text via your iPhone. However, it can't be a good solution as you would need to keep your iPhone with you.How to Add Custom Message on Apple Watch

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You can add custom replies for messages in order to reply to a message in a better way. Though there are six ready-made options, they are too generic to serve your purpose all the time. Willing to know how you can add custom replies for messages on your Apple Watch? Let's drive ahead to find out!

How to Add Custom Replies for Messages on Apple Watch

Step #1. Launch Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Scroll down and tap on Messages.

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Step #3. Tap on Default Replies.

Step #4. Now, tap on the line to create your own custom reply and then save it.

That's it!

How to Reply To a Message Using Custom Reply

Step #1. While checking out any message which you have received, scroll down using Digital Crown and then tap on Reply.

Step #2. Next up, you will have options to send pre-defined custom texts. Simply select a text and send it to your friend.

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Optionally, you can record a message by tapping on microphone icon and then send it as voice or text message. There is also an option to send emoji. Simply tap on emoji icon, select your favorite emoji and then send it.

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