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Time and Weather widget - moto g6

Using the time and weather widget on the moto g6

Stay in control with Time and Weather widget

Put a clock on your home screen and get quick access to alarms, your calendar, and the weather.


Add widget to home screen

  1. Touch & hold a blank space on the home screen.
  2. Touch Widgets.
  3. Touch & hold the Time and Weather widget, then drag it to a home screen page.

Set or delete alarms

  1. Touch the time.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • To use an existing alarm, switch it on. Touch Image to view or edit its ringtone.
    • To add a new alarm, touch Image and set the time and ringtone.
    • To delete an alarm, touch Image next to it, then touch Image.
    • To control general alarm settings, like alarm volume and snooze duration, touch Image > Settings.

When an alarm is set, Image shows in the status bar.

Manage cities for weather forecasts

The Time and Weather widget displays current temperature for your location or for a city you specify.
To display the temperature for your current location:
  1. Do one of the following:
    • Touch Add cities.
    • Or, touch the current temperature, then touch  > .
  2. Turn Current location on.
Tip: To switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius, touch Temperature unit.

To see a forecast, touch the current temperature on the widget.
To add a city:
  1. Do one of the following:
    • If you haven't added locations yet, touch Add cities.
    • Or, touch the current temperature, then touch .
  2. Touch Add new location.
  3. Enter a city name or ZIP code, then touch .
  4. Touch the city to add.
Tip: To switch between forecasts for multiple cities, touch the temperature, then swipe left or right.

To remove a city:
  1. Touch the temperature.
  2. Touch  > Settings
  3. Touch  next to the city's name.

View your calendar

Touch the current date to open your calendar, where you can view or add upcoming events.

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