Nothing should stand in the way between you and your goal. This is why the interface is desinged to be 100% distraction free.
To start the focus timer you just have to tap one button, the app will then remind you, when to zoom out and when to zoom in again.
The focus cycles are based on the Pomodoro method, which is used by millions of people helping them getting things done.
Zoom In notifies you when a cycle has been completed and gives you the chance to pause or skip to the next cycle.
All currently available complication types are supported, so no need to open the app if you want to know your current state.
Zoom In reminds you to stay focused on workdays in the morning and afternoon. Start your next cycle directly from the Siri watchface.
Please check if notifications and background app refresh are enabled for Zoom In. Open the "Watch" app on your iPhone and check that "Background App Refresh" and "Notifications" are activated for Zoom In. After changing one of the mentioned settings open Zoom In on your watch to reset notification and background refresh scheduling.
All watch apps and complications are heavily restricted by the system. For Zoom In to get enough run time it is required to add a Zoom In complication to your current watchface, keep the app in the Dock and allow notifications. This is also the recommended way to use Zoom In for optimized productivity.
No. The focus cycles are based on the famous Pomodoro method and fixed in their duration to keep the user experience as smooth as possible.
A complication can only set its color, if the watchface supports it. On some watchfaces this is only possible if the accent color is set to "Multicolor". See the complication section for inspiration.