If you’ve got a brand new Apple Watch, you probably want to use it to let you know when things happen. Phone calls, emails, text messages, and app notifications can turn your new wrist computer into a control panel for what needs your attention. When you check notifications on your iPhone, you may get drawn into checking email, Twitter, or Facebook, or even playing just one more level of Two Dots. But with Apple Watch, you can see these notifications, and decide whether you need to act on them.
For Apple Watch to be useful, it has to give you enough notifications without becoming a nuisance. And that requires setup. Here’s how to control which notifications you receive on your Apple Watch and how to work with them.
Read the rest of the article on Macworld.