More and more I am using the OneNote Watch app on my Apple Watch to capture quick notes, both by voice and by finger scribbling. Also, for things like checklists. I am still using Apple iOS Reminders for my Grocery list It may not be the best watch app around. E.g. it does not have any "complications", the little widgets that you place on watch faces - unlike its "competitors" for capture, which are, from my POV Apple iOS Reminders nice for "voice only" commands - "Hey Siri, remind me to do XXX" cannot enter long-ish notes, or even pause too long. Pause indicates end of note Drafts bigger voice chunks than Reminders, but this only works when connected Just Press Record works online and offline, records voice, transcript when online All of these alternatives require an extra step, to move data from them into OneNote. JPR requires at least two: first to transcribe, then to move. 3 if you count deleting the original on iPhone. More if you count the frequent transcription failures that need to be retried. Whereas the OneNote watch app captures voice as text, and saves a step, leaving it directly in OneNote. Yeah, I often need to edit to clean up voice transcription errors. But that's part of review. Example session: lift watch to turn on "Hey Siri! Open OneNote" => OneNote screen, with recent items, and (+) to add more Poke (+) with finger (or nose) to start recording Record... can't be too long, but can be longer than an iOS Reminder, and can pause while thinking overall comparable to drafts. Poke [Done] button on watch with finger (or nose) Press digital crown to go back to main watch face. (Is there a way to do that by voice?) I wish that the stuff in orange could be eliminated. I wish that there was a way to say "I'm done" by voice - and that it returned to the watch face, rather than staying in the OneNote watch app.I wish I did not need to poke the watch with my nose so often. (I wish that I had a third arm and hand, so that I could hold my dog's leash, hold the watch up, and poke at the screen with my third hand.) I have placed the OneNote watch app in the "dock" on my Apple Watch. Means that it is only one side button click away most of the time. Nevertheless, I would love to have two or more "complication"/gadgets for watch faces: one to go directly into capturing an item by voice, and one to go to the list of recent notes for reading. There does not seem to be a way, in the OneNote watchapp, to navigate to one of my GTD notebooks and lists. Too bad. Might save even more steps if I could voice enter stuff directly into GTD.