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How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

In the earlier days of the Apple Watch, when you needed to enter text, you had to either use a canned response, an emoji, a doodle, or speak your message aloud and hope the watch would transcribe it correctly. However, that has changed with watchOS 3.

Scribble is a new feature in watchOS 3, and is available in apps where you can enter text. No, they haven’t built an entire keyboard into the small watch screen. Scribble allows you to actually write letters on your watch’s screen to enter text. As you write, your handwritten letters are turned into text. It’s a little slow (Palm Pilot, anyone?) but it works.

We’re going to show how to use Scribble in the Message app, but you can also use it in email apps and other apps where you enter text. Press the digital crown to access the app screen and then tap the Messages app icon.

Tap on the conversation for the person to whom you want to write a message.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

In addition to the usual buttons (voice, emoji, and digital touch), you’ll see the new Scribble button. Tap on it.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

A screen displays with a dotted grid area. Write letters in this area, one at a time. You can do it quickly, writing one letter on top of the previous one.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

The letters you write are converted to text above the grid area as you write. There’s a “Space” bar at the bottom and a backspace button in the lower-right corner to delete letters, if something wasn’t interpreted correctly. Once you’ve written at least one letter, the up and down arrow button becomes available on the right. Tap this button to access the predictive text list based on what you written so far. You can also access predictive text by turning the digital crown.

For example, we wrote “Test” and then tapped the button. The predictive text list displays and we turn the digital crown to scroll through the list until we find the word we want to use. Once you stop turning the digital crown, the word pointed to by the green arrow is automatically selected and entered for you.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

Once you’re finished writing your message, tap “Send”.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

The text of the written message displays on the watch’s screen (and on your phone) as part of the conversation, just as if you typed it on your phone…

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

…and the message displays on the recipient’s phone the same way.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

You can access options for the Scribble feature by doing a force touch on the Scribble button in the conversation view.

You can choose a language, although, for us, the only language currently available is English. Also, instead of trying to describe to someone where you are, you can send your location to them so they know exactly where you are. Tapping “Reply” simply returns you to the conversation screen (pictured above) so you can choose a method for sending your reply.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

Tapping “Details” on the options screen, displays the contact options for that person, making it quick to change to a different method of contact.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

Scribble is a really handy feature, allowing you to use your watch to communicate without having to speak when it’s not prudent to do so. And, it seems, we’ve come full circle now that 90’s technology is being integrated into the latest devices.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

A lot of people keep asking, “can you text on an Apple Watch?” Apple Watch texting is not as convenient as iPhone texting since there’s no Apple Watch keyboard. But, with WatchOS 3 and later, you can send Apple Watch messages with Scribble, send preset replies or emojis, or dictate a message to Siri. The Scribble feature allows you to use your finger to write each individual letter of your response. It’s easy, but best for shorter messages. You wouldn’t want to write a novel with Scribble messages on an Apple Watch, but you might use it to say, “OK,” or “omw” (on my way). Here’s how to Scribble messages on the Apple Watch with WatchOS 3 and later.

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How to Scribble Messages on the Apple Watch

There’s no native Apple Watch keyboard app yet, but if you’re looking for a keyboard option, the Shift Keyboard app is quite promising! If you’d like to use an existing Apple Watch feature:

  1. Open the message you want to reply to on your Apple Watch.
  2. Scroll down. Below the message, you’ll see the Scribble icon; tap it.

How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

  • Use your finger to write each letter as though your finger were a pen. Scribble will automatically figure out what letter it is.
  • Tap Space to insert a space between words, or the back button to erase a letter.
  • Tap any incorrect words for replacement suggestions.
  • Tap Send when you’re done.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    I was skeptical of the Scribble feature when Apple introduced it, but it works really well and is incredibly convenient for sending short replies or updates.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    A lot of people keep asking, “can you text on an Apple Watch?” Apple Watch texting is not as convenient as iPhone texting since there’s no Apple Watch keyboard. But, with WatchOS 3 and later, you can send Apple Watch messages with Scribble, send preset replies or emojis, or dictate a message to Siri. The Scribble feature allows you to use your finger to write each individual letter of your response. It’s easy, but best for shorter messages. You wouldn’t want to write a novel with Scribble messages on an Apple Watch, but you might use it to say, “OK,” or “omw” (on my way). Here’s how to Scribble messages on the Apple Watch with WatchOS 3 and later.

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    How to Scribble Messages on the Apple Watch

    There’s no native Apple Watch keyboard app yet, but if you’re looking for a keyboard option, the Shift Keyboard app is quite promising! If you’d like to use an existing Apple Watch feature:

    1. Open the message you want to reply to on your Apple Watch.
    2. Scroll down. Below the message, you’ll see the Scribble icon; tap it.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

  • Use your finger to write each letter as though your finger were a pen. Scribble will automatically figure out what letter it is.
  • Tap Space to insert a space between words, or the back button to erase a letter.
  • Tap any incorrect words for replacement suggestions.
  • Tap Send when you’re done.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    I was skeptical of the Scribble feature when Apple introduced it, but it works really well and is incredibly convenient for sending short replies or updates.

    Use Scribble to draw letters on your Apple Watch, offering another way to write short messages if you don’t want to use Siri.

    Especially with Siri, it’s easy to use your voice to craft a quick message on the Apple Watch. But there may be times where you can’t use the virtual assistant. When that happens, don’t worry. There is another way to communicate on your watch without using your voice or trying to find a third-party keyboard to type on a small screen.

    Let us who you how to use the Apple Watch Scribble feature to write quick messages by just drawing letters on the screen instead.

    How to Access Scribble on the Apple Watch

    Scribble is available on any Apple Watch with watchOS 3 or later installed. It’s available to use in English (Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States), French (France and Canada), German, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.

    Instead of an app, this feature is available any time you’re writing a message. Most likely, that’s in the Messages app, but Scribble can also be found in other apps and doesn’t need an iPhone nearby to work.

    Related: Apple Watch Apps That Don’t Need an iPhone Nearby

    Using Scribble on the Apple Watch to Write Messages

    Whenever you’re ready to create a message using Scribble, there are two ways to access the feature in the Messages app. First, select a current thread and scroll down to select the Scribble icon—an A with a finger drawing the letter.

    When selecting New Message, you’ll find the same icon after hitting Create Message.

    Then you’ll see the main Scribble interface. The largest part of the screen is filled with small dots. That’s where you’ll actually be drawing the letters. Below that area is a Space and a Delete button.

    To exit out of Scribble mode, select the Cancel button on the top left of the screen. Tapping Send will place the text created into a message for a final look through.

    To start writing, draw the letter you’d like with your finger. The feature recognizes the difference between capital and lowercase letters along with punctuation marks and numbers. You’ll see what’s being written above the Scribble area. If it’s a mistake, just hit the backspace key to delete the input and try again.

    You don’t need to worry about crafting perfect letters while using Scribble as the feature does a great job deciphering what you’re drawing.

    Related: Apple Watch Tips and Tricks Everyone Should Know

    For additional help when creating a message, there’s also a great auto-suggestion feature. Start by writing a few letters. Then turn the Digital Crown to see a few predictive options. If you find the word or letter you’re looking for, just highlight it.

    After a few seconds, it’ll be placed into the Scribble text box. As a fun touch, the prediction option even offers emojis to use. So instead of the word taco, you can send the tasty emoji instead.

    If you ever want to change the Scribble language, select Language on the screen below the Scribble icon. Then choose the language to use with Scribble.

    If for some reason you don’t see the language you’d like to use, you’ll need to add its keyboard to your iPhone. To do that, head to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard. Then choose your selected language.

    Make Writing Apple Watch Messages Easy With Scribble

    While the Scribble feature might not be perfect for every situation, it can definitely come in handy when you need to write a short message without using Siri. The handwriting recognition and suggestion function work great and make Scribble another way to quickly communicate when needed.

    And if you don’t want to use Scribble to write a message, there are a number of other ways to communicate with anyone else using an Apple Watch that you might not have heard about, like the Walkie-Talkie feature.

    Keep in touch with other Apple Watch users with the Walkie-Talkie app. It’s quick, easy, and surprisingly fun to use.

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    Scribble, the handwriting feature in watchOS 7, lets you communicate with text instead of dictation or a canned response. All you have to do is write words with your finger on the Scribble screen and they will automatically turn into text that you can send to someone via email, iMessages, chat rooms, and more. It also turns your words into emoji so you can send communications in style. But did you know that you can also use Scribble to send an emoji on your best Apple Watch?

    You can seamlessly handwrite words with Scribble that turn into text, but you can also select new related words, and more importantly emoji, with a few simple steps. Here’s how to use Scribble to send an emoji on Apple Watch.

    How to turn a word into an emoji using Scribble on Apple Watch

    1. Launch an app that you wish to send a communication from, like Mail or Messages.
    2. Select the conversation you would like to reply to, or press firmly on the screen to start a new message.

    Within the conversation, tap Scribble.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watchSource: IMore

    Tap Send to send the communication.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watchSource: iMore

    Sure, you could just tap the emoji button instead of Scribble, but if you are trying to send a sentence and want to include an emoji, this method makes it possible to do so all in one step.

    Any questions?

    Do you have any more questions about Scribble in general or how to create emoji using Scribble, specifically? Let us know in the comments and we’ll help you out.

    Updated April 2021: Updated for the latest version of watchOS 7.

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    Scribble can be awesome. It allows Apple Watch users to discreetly scrawl text replies on their wrists, no iPhone keyboard necessary. For all its glory, in the wrong environment it can appear outright fiddly, especially on the smaller screen model and even more especially if uninitiated to the software. Oddly, there is not that much information out there on the sweet feature, which is inconsequential and not conducive to Scribble’s future place in watchOS.

    Behind the curtain, Scribble has a couple of tricks up its sleeve that will appreciably lift your game at writing on the watch, both in terms of speed and technique. So no matter if you are a regular user of the feature or have abandoned it a while ago, let’s shine a light on a couple of knacks and see if it is going to better your relationship with Scribble.

    Typing, or better drawing, on your Apple Watch can unquestionably give birth to a lot of frustration, most notably when the software flat-out refuses to comply. Nothing is more aggravating than watchOS recurrently mistaking your input for the wrong letters or having to start all over again since you want to make small changes in your wording. Luckily, there are smart solutions for most of those grievances. Not so luckily, Apple is a little cagey about them.

    Not necessarily to steal a march on them, here are the tricks that will make you more adept at texting from your wrist:

    Quickly correct letters Scribble misreads

    Personally, letters such as I, J, L – especially at the beginning of a sentence – watchOS routinely misinterprets on my watch. It’s borderline infuriating to delete the first letter and write it again some ten times to absolutely no avail.

    Thankfully, if and when there is no learning effect kicking in on Apple Watch, you can override Scribble’s interpretation by the use of one simple trick: write the character, wait for watch to register the input (wrongly) and you will notice two subtle arrows (pointing up and down) appear alongside the letter.

    Now simply start twisting your Digital Crown and you will be able to skim through an array of alternative characters watchOS has picked up. Nine times out of ten, this will include the letter you were after originally. Scroll until the little green arrow on your left points at it and let go of the crown.

    Correct words or let Scribble complete words

    The same method can be harnessed to replace words watchOS misconstrued and, even better, to cut a corner when spelling out lengthy terms. In the first case, finish your word and rotate the Digital Crown to supplant it with suggestions of words you could have meant.

    If you’re feeling lazy and cannot be bothered to type out a word in its full entirety, throw watchOS a couple of characters and start twisting the crown to complete the word for you. Naturally, the more characters you input, the more reliable the suggestions.

    This for example makes it extremely swift to type daytimes: draw a ‘2’ and immediately start scrolling, for it will quickly suggest ‘2PM’ and ‘2AM’. Once adopted, this is an excellent shortcut to boost your technique.

    Scroll sideways to fill in missing words

    Another helpful navigation tool that is not easily guessed is the ability to horizontally scroll through your text. As soon as your sentence starts expanding eastwards, the former part of your phrase will roll out of sight.

    If you need to know your exact wording in an earlier sentence or want to rephrase, there is no need to delete your carefully edged words. Instead, touch anywhere on the string of words and swipe to the right to scroll backwards. Conversely, swipe left to move back to the end of your sentences. Tap anywhere in between your words in order to add words or missing punctuation. WatchOS does not boast the magnifying glass functionality you can find in iOS just yet.

    Change words typed in previous sentences

    This one ties in to the swiping gesture introduced earlier. Browsing through your already written sentences, you can always tap a word to cast it in a green box and start turning the Digital Crown. This will summon both corrections of the word (capitalization, spelling) and suggestions of other terms.

    Encore: double-spaces equal full stop

    Caught somewhere between valuable advice and no-brainer, keep in mind that on both iOS and watchOS, hitting the space bar twice will result in a full stop. This is a minor knack that trickled down from your iPhone’s OS, but it again measurably speeds up your writing.

    As soon as your first sentence is done, quickly double hit the SPACE icon at the bottom of the screen and uninterruptedly keep going. This way there is no need to draw a dot on the large input screen and wait for the period to be placed at the end of your sentence. This is a small one admittedly, however it does add up over time.

    Some of these gestures are hopefully going to help you master Scribble (if necessary) or at the minimum curb the gripes you may have had with the writing tool.

    Are you bearish or bullish on Scribble? Let us know in the comments!

    Как создать сообщение на Apple Watch

    Откройте приложение «Почта» на Apple Watch.

    Прокрутите колесико Digital Crown, чтобы перейти к верхней части экрана, затем коснитесь «Сообщение».

    Коснитесь «Добавить контакт», чтобы добавить адресата, коснитесь «Добавить тему, чтобы ввести тему письма, затем коснитесь «Создать сообщение», чтобы скомпоновать письмо.

    Как ответить на письмо на Apple Watch

    Прокрутите до конца письма в приложении «Почта» и коснитесь «Ответить». Если получателей несколько, коснитесь «Ответить всем».

    Как написать сообщение на Apple Watch

    Есть несколько способов составить сообщение:

    Смарт-ответ. Пролистайте до списка часто используемых фраз. Затем коснитесь одной из них, чтобы отправить ее.

    Чтобы добавить свою фразу, откройте приложение Apple Watch на iPhone, выберите «Мои часы» > «Почта» > «Ответы по умолчанию», затем коснитесь «Добавить ответ». Чтобы настроить ответы по умолчанию, коснитесь «Изменить», затем перетяните ответы в нужном порядке или коснитесь кнопки возле ответа, чтобы удалить его.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    Диктовка. Коснитесь значка , произнесите текст и коснитесь «Готово». Вы можете диктовать и знаки препинания (например, «уже пришло знак вопроса»).

    Аудиосообщение. Откройте приложение Apple Watch на iPhone, коснитесь «Мои часы» > «Сообщения» > «Надиктованные сообщения», затем выберите вариант «Конспект», «Аудио» либо «Конспект или аудио». Если Вы выбрали «Аудио», получателю придет надиктованный Вами текст в виде аудиофайла, который можно прослушать, а не в виде текста, который нужно читать. Если Вы выбрали «Конспект или аудио», Вы можете указать формат сообщения в момент отправки.

    Рукописный ввод. Нажмите кнопку и напишите свое сообщение. По мере написания прокручивайте колесико Digital Crown, чтобы посмотреть варианты предиктивного текста, затем коснитесь варианта, чтобы выбрать его. Нажмите «Отправить», чтобы отправить письмо.

    Примечание. Функция «Зарисовка» доступна не на всех языках.

    Если на Apple Watch настроено несколько языков, коснитесь «Язык», выберите язык, коснитесь или , затем создайте сообщение.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    Добавление символов эмодзи. Коснитесь кнопки , выберите категорию и пролистайте доступные изображения. Когда найдете подходящий значок, коснитесь его, чтобы добавить в сообщение, и выберите «Отправить».

    Ответ с iPhone

    Чтобы ввести ответ, выведите iPhone из режима сна, затем откройте переключатель приложений. (На iPhone с функцией Face ID смахните вверх от нижнего края экрана и задержите палец; на iPhone с кнопкой «Домой» дважды нажмите кнопку «Домой».)

    Коснитесь кнопки, которая появится в нижней части экрана, чтобы открыть письмо в приложении «Почта».

    This little app lets you write more complex Messages using your Apple Watch.

    When it comes to writing messages, Apple Watch limits you to canned responses, dictation, and Scribble notes. Now you can also manually write more complex messages, thanks to the recently-updated FlickType Keypad.

    The little app that does

    FlickType is a $1.99 third-party keyboard app designed for iPhone that also works as a gesture/swipe-type keyboard for the Messages app on your Apple Watch. You can use it to write, send and reply to Messages, use the Digital Crown to scroll for alternative words, emojis, and so on. It can be used as a Complication so it can be made available on your watch face – and in fact, you should enable this for best results.

    If you have a cellular Apple Watch, the app allows you to quickly get back to urgent messages, even if they come while you take a jog around your local socially distanced park. The app also works with VoiceOver so can speak your message back to you if you want to be sure it’s correct.

    How it works

    The developer has done a good job designing the app.

    Despite the small size of the display, buttons are nice and clear while support for gesture-based typing makes it feel easier to use than Apple’s own Scribble interface. You get more words written, for a start – and the apps smart enough to figure out what you are trying to write.

    Some sample controls:

    What’s it like to use?

    I’ve been using the app for a couple of days. I have to say I’m quite pleased with it as it works hard to improve the standard Apple Watch typing experience.

    My eyesight isn’t particularly good, so I expected not to like typing on the watch very much, but I’ve found its intuitive understanding of what I’m trying to write to be responsive and fast.

    Essentially, it tries to figure out what you are writing based on where you first tap on the keyboard as you swipe the words out. It means that if you’re in the right general area it usually works out what you are trying to say.

    There are some limitations, though.

    For example, the keyboard doesn’t appear inside the Messages app because Apple won’t allow it to do so. This means that when you want to use the app to write a reply to an incoming message you need to dismiss the message, tap the Complication to access the keyboard, write the reply, and then tap send.

    There’s a video that shows this here:

    What next?

    The latest update brought gesture typing to the Watch app, but it is interesting that FlickType also offers an API developers can use to build in support for the keyboard in their apps. You’ll find it supported in Bear, Chirp for Twitter, and others.

    The reason it has been able to do so is because the app is based on the open-sourced Fleksy code; that app was quite popular among accessibility communities but was purchased by Pinterest and kind of left the room.

    The fact that accessibility is deeply embedded in the philosophy of the keyboard is what makes it such a useful alternative keyboard for Apple Watch users. It doesn’t depend on accurate character selection, but on more-or-less accurate gesture-based writing.

    This is why it’s such a handy companion for Apple Watch, as its accessibility credentials make it usable on a small screen. In the future, I can imagine tools like these becoming virtual, enabling users to (for example) type on a virtual keyboard using gestures while wearing AR glasses.

    Which means, of course, that keyboards will one day disappear.

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    Autocomplete metaphor.
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    Unless you hate yourself, or you have an uncommonly close relationship with Siri, anytime you need to reply to a message on your Apple Watch, you pull out your iPhone. Scribble, the watch’s laborious handwriting-recognition input, is fine for very short replies, but it takes so long for anything else that it makes T9 text input look appealing.

    But what if there was some kind of iPhone-esque Scribble autocomplete? What if I told you that this hidden feature is already there, and that you just never noticed it? Prepare to have your mind blown.

    Scribble autocomplete on Apple Watch

    If you’re wearing your watch, do the following. Open up the Messages app, and find a message thread. Tap the Scribble icon to reply. Start writing a word by drawing the letters on the screen. Once you have a few letters, turn the Digital Crown. What just happened? Yes, you just accessed Scribble autocomplete.

    See those little arrows at the top right of the screen, the ones you never paid any attention to before? Those are the Scribble autocomplete arrows. The Digital Crown can access the list, but you can also just tap on the arrows, which is actually a much easier way to use the list. (If you use the Digital Crown, the list keeps disappearing.)

    Unfortunately, this hidden Apple Watch feature is flawed

    I got very excited when I first saw Scribble autocomplete, but the feature suffers from one big flaw. On the iPhone, the autocomplete suggestions sit over the keyboard. They update as you type, and you can tap one at any time. On the watch, you have to stop writing to access the Scribble autocomplete suggestions. Then you have to scroll the list. And then, if the word isn’t in there, you have to go back to the main screen and continue writing.

    In the end, you’ll give up using this feature because it’s just not reliable. You’ll constantly be asking yourself if you’ve written enough of a word to trigger the correct autocomplete. If you haven’t, tough. You must exit, type some more, and then come back to check again.

    The result is that you will try Scribble autocomplete once or twice, and then go back to either just scribbling, or pulling out your iPhone. That’s fine, but I do wonder if the folks who designed this feature ever actually used it. This is a real lost opportunity, because a proper autocomplete could make Scribble way, way better.

    How to use scribble to write messages on your apple watch

    • Posted On: April 27, 2021
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    Scribble, the handwriting characteristic in watchOS 7, helps you to talk with textual content as an alternative of dictation or a canned response. All you must do is write phrases along with your finger on the Scribble display screen and they’re going to routinely flip into textual content which you could ship to somebody through electronic mail, iMessages, chat rooms, and extra. It additionally turns your phrases into emoji so you possibly can ship communications in type. However do you know which you could additionally use Scribble to ship an emoji in your finest Apple Watch?

    You may seamlessly handwrite phrases with Scribble that flip into textual content, however you too can choose new associated phrases, and extra importantly emoji, with a couple of easy steps. Here is use Scribble to ship an emoji on Apple Watch.

    flip a phrase into an emoji utilizing Scribble on Apple Watch

    1. Launch an app that you simply want to ship a communication from, like Mail or Messages.
    2. Choose the dialog you wish to reply to, or press firmly on the display screen to start out a brand new message.

    Throughout the dialog, faucet Scribble.

    Supply: IMore

    Faucet Ship to ship the communication.

    Supply: iMore

    Positive, you would simply faucet the emoji button as an alternative of Scribble, however if you’re making an attempt to ship a sentence and need to embody an emoji, this methodology makes it potential to take action multi function step.

    Any questions?

    Do you could have any extra questions on Scribble normally or create emoji utilizing Scribble, particularly? Tell us within the feedback and we’ll aid you out.

    Up to date April 2021: Up to date for the newest model of watchOS 7.

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