Apple Watch and the Chamberlain/My Q was part of the "complications

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Why has Chamberlain disappeared from the "complications" on the Apple Watch? It still appears on the base list but no longer appears on the scrolling list to chose to place on a watch face?
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mark.schaefer63

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mark.schaefer63, there's been an update to the Apple Watch software that may have affected your complications. You'll want to reach out to Apple for assistance. Chuck
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It has returned. With series 3 you could add via customize but not so on Series 4
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CHARLES

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myQ is the app you need for Apple watch.  Chamberlain is parent company to LIftmaster.  I'm using myQ on my Series 4 Apple watch.  Works great with our Chamberlain GDOs!
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But it can't be added to watch face as complicaiton.
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I have that app. I worked at Chamberlain as it was being developed. The complication is on the list, it just doesn't appear to add it to any of the faces.
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Correct. Maybe the issue is caused by Watch OS 5 and the app not syncing? I can access the app on the watch and raise or lower doors, but it takes three steps.  Watchface complications seem to be limited to apps that provide updating info or access to contacts.  I'm guessing either Apple doesn't see the need to allow Chamberlain in or Chamberlain app hasn't included the complication.  I agree that it would be easier to have access to garage door status/control on the watchface.  Apple Watch 4 is my first.