Apple recently released the new watchOS 9 operating system for the Apple Watch, and the updated software now includes a new feature called Quick Actions, which is part of the Assistive Touch feature set.
As the name of the feature indicates, Quick Actions allows users to respond to Apple Watch alerts with hand gestures. It allows users to perform a wide range of actions through gestures, including answering or ending a phone call, taking a photo, controlling music playback, training control, etc.
In watchOS 9, Apple allows users to choose Quick Actions to always be available, available only when AssistiveTouch is enabled, or to keep the feature disabled. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to quickly and easily enable Quick Actions for Apple Watch using the connected iPhone.
How to enable Quick Actions on Apple Watch
Step 1: Open the Watch application on your Apple iPhone.
Step 2: When the app opens, tap the “Accessibility” option.
Step 3: Next, in the “Engine” section, tap the “Quick Actions” option.
Step 4: On the next screen, choose “On” or “When AssistiveTouch is enabled” from the list.
That’s all. After following the step-by-step guide mentioned above, you have successfully enabled the Quick Actions feature on your Apple Watch using the connected Apple iPhone. There is also an option for users choose the appearance from Full or Minimal.
When the feature is enabled and if you see an alert on your Apple Watch, you will be prompted to take a quick action, depending on the type of alert on the screen.
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