1. ronpfid's Avatar
    I use the countdown timer every day, I use it with 1 hour increments. Usually twice in a row. The issue is, after it counts down and alerts me, I then hit the 'repeat' button, it restarts the timer the second time, it shows on the screen. I then hit the side button so it goes back to the clock screen.

    BUT, sometime later, it pops the timer back up on the screen in place of the clock, the issue is, it makes it TOO easy to accidentally hit the pause or cancel, which happens a lot. Later I look, it's either paused or reset and now I lost my countdown .

    This started after some update over a year ago, keep hoping they will fix this, it's VERY annoying. If I hit the side button to put it back to the clock, LEAVE the clock there, don't RE-PUT the timer screen back up again!
    06-02-2019 04:04 PM
  2. ksassy's Avatar
    I don't use the timer on my Series 2 so I wouldn't have knowledge of this. Sounds annoying indeed. Thanks for the info though so now I know what to watch out for.
    ronpfid likes this.
    06-02-2019 04:24 PM

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