iPhone running iOS 16
Apple Watch running watchOS 9
How does the feature work on Apple Watch
Apple says that by default, your Apple Watch will remind you when it’s time to take your medications based on the schedule you’ve created in the Health app on your iPhone. To log your medications, follow these steps.
- If you’ve received a notification to log your medications, tap the notification. Otherwise, open the Medications app on your Apple Watch.
- Tap the current medications schedule—the medications you take in the morning, for example.
- Tap Log All as Taken.
Apple Watch records the dosage, the number of units taken, and the time you took the medication.
- To log individual medications, scroll down, tap a medication under Your Medications, then tap Log.
The medication’s name and time logged appears under Logged.
- To change the status of a logged medication, tap it, tap Taken or Skipped, then tap Done.
To view the log and your medication history on your iPhone, open the Health app, tap Browse, and then tap Medications.