The widget provides quick access to your notes, requiring fewer clicks to open than the app. The trade-off is that, since widgets have a timeout associated with them, your notes will only be viewable for a short period of time after opening. This makes the widget ideal for quick reminders.
The app takes a few more clicks to open, but once open, notes will remain visible indefinitely. This makes the app ideal for viewing longer, more detailed notes, like instructions or TODO lists.
To get the best of both worlds, you can install both the widget and the app use which ever is more appropriate for your particular use-case.
You can have a maximum of 5 notes on your Garmin® device at a time.
Notes can be a maximum of 1024 characters long.
The reason for this seemingly low limit is that Garmin® watches are generally more limited in terms of processing power and memory than other types of devices. A longer notes takes more memory and takes longer to process.
Older versions of Note2Watch had a limit of 512 characters so if you still have that limit, be sure to upgrade the app and widget on your Garmin® device to 2.0 or greater.
To create a note using an email, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject will become the title and the body will become the contents.
For the note to be routed to the correct watch, the email must be sent from the email address you signed up using.
You can also use email to update an existing note. To do this you can either:
IFTTT can be used to automatically create notes using a recipe. Since the note must originate from your email address and not IFTTT's, the best way to do this is to use an email provider's 'Ingredient', like Gmail.
You can also use IFTTT's handy DoNote application (iOS/Android) to quickly send a note to your watch from your phone.
We currently accept the following credit cards:
We also now accept PayPal payments.
No, the subscription to Note2Watch must be renewed manually each year. Luckily, it's a cinch, just click the Subscribe button on your account page and fill in your current payment details.
To display tabular data on your watch, you can use a table note. Make sure you're using version 2.0 or greater so that table notes render properly.
A table note is created just like a normal text note except that you use special formatting characters in the note contents to describe how the table should look. For example to make a table that looks like:
You would use the following formatting in the note contents field:
[ Ex | Wt | Reps ] | Pullups | | 8x3 | | DB Curl | 40lbs | 8x3 |
As you can see, columns are separated by a | character. Each row of data starts and ends with | and | characters. An optional heading line starts and ends with [ and ] characters. You don't need to use spaces to line up the columns, that will happen automatically.
Tables can have up to 4 columns and up to 128 rows.
On your watch, open up the Note2Watch app or widget and go to Menu, then Font, and choose which font size you would like.
If you're using an older version of the app or widget, then you can change the font size from the Account page.
First, ensure your phone and watch are configured correctly by following these steps:
If you're still unable to pair, try closing and re-opening the Garmin Connect app on your phone. It can occasionally get 'wedged' where it stop responding to Bluetooth connections. Closing and reopening the app can fix this.
Finally, if pairing still doesn't work, try rebooting both your phone and watch and making sure Garmin Connect app is started on the phone. If after trying this pairing still doesn't work, contact us at email@example.com . and we'll get you sorted out!
The 'Trial Expired' note will disappear once you have re-synced your notes. This should happen automatically, but you can manually do this by pressing Menu and then Sync.
If you still experience issues, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Widgets on Garmin® watches have a relatively short timeout which unfortunately cannot be adjusted. On an up-to-date Vivoactive™ this is 45 seconds. A workaround is to periodically tap the screen: this resets the timeout giving you another 45 seconds.
You can also use the app version of Note2Watch which does not have the timeout limitation, so notes will be visible until you close the app.
The communications channel between the watch and the phone is fairly limited, meaning that syncing notes can sometimes take longer than seems necessary.
Since most of the time the problem is poor Bluetooth™ connectivity, the best thing you can do is make sure your phone is close to your watch.