Taking screenshots is probably one of the most basic things we do with our gadgets these days. It could be to share something cool with a friend, or to annotate something like a map, or, as is usual in my case — to upload it to a blog to help people understand a particular tutorial. Whatever the reason, if you are wondering how to take a screenshot in watchOS 6, you have come to the right place. Here is how to take a screenshot in Apple Watch.
How to Take a Screenshot in watchOS 6
Taking a screenshot on your Apple Watch is actually fairly simple. But before you can do that, you will need to enable screenshots on your watch. Here is how you can do that.
Enable Screenshots on Apple Watch
- On your Watch, head to the Settings app, and tap on ‘General’.
- Scroll down to ’Screenshots’.
- Turn on the toggle that says ‘Enable Screenshots’.
Take Screenshots on Apple Watch
Once you’ve enabled screenshots on your watch, you can take screenshots by simply pressing the Digital Crown and the Side Button at the same time. The screenshot gets taken, and the best part is that the screenshot gets saved inside Photos on your iPhone, which makes it easy to share wherever you want.
Take Screenshots on Your Apple Watch
Like I said before, screenshots can come in handy for a lot of reasons. Since you are reading this, I’m assuming you already have a reason for wanting to take a screenshot on your Apple Watch; or maybe you are just generally curious. Either way, now that you know how to take screenshots on your Apple Watch, let me know what you use screenshots for most often. Also, as usual, if there is anything you want to know about the Apple Watch, or any other gadget for that matter, let me know in the comments.