How to Clear Notifications on Apple Watch Quickly

With Apple Watch right on your wrist, you would be notified about all the latest updates and happenings through push notifications in the most personal manner. Every single time you get an alert, the Watch will inform you so that you never miss out. With all these advantages comes the task of keeping the Notification Center in check frequently so that it doesn’t get cluttered for space.

Unlike iPhone, you can clear all the notifications on your Apple Watch at once. If you don’t want to clean up the entire notifications at one go, you can choose to clear individual notification as well. Moreover, when you remove any notification on your watch, it automatically disappears from iPhone too-due only to the integration between the two iDevices. Look forward to checking out how it works? Let’s move ahead!

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How to Clear Notifications on Apple Watch

How to Clear Individual Notification on Apple Watch

There are times; you would like to remove only some specific notifications and not all. That’s when you want to get rid of only selected ones.

Step #1. Click the Digital Crown to go to the watch face, if you are not there

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Step #2. Swipe down from top of watch face to bring up Notification Center

Step #3. Now, you need to scroll to the notification which you desire to remove

Step #4. Next up, just swipe from right to left to bring up X button

Step #5. Tap on x button to remove the notification

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That’s it!

How to Clear All Notifications At Once on Apple Watch

If you want to clean up all the notifications at once to free up space on your watch, here is how it works!

Follow all the above mentioned steps 1 and 2

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Step #1. Press firmly on the screen

Step #2. x button will appear on the screen. Tap on it to clear the entire notifications at once.

That’s it! You can repeat these steps to keep the Notification Center cleaned.

Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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