Thank you for your feedback.
About categories - MoneyWiz for Apple Watch automatically displays the first 12 categories...so my recommendation would be to re-sort your categories so that the ones you use the most are within the first 12 categories. Then they would show up on the Watch. The reason behind this is that the Watch is not fast enough to be able to render much more than that in reasonable amount of time.
The same goes for Payees in a way - the whole list is slow to load if you have tons of payees. You can configure MoneyWiz on the Apple Watch to NOT ask for a payee, via Settings. Your suggestion sounds interesting and we'll consider it for a future update. We have a few more ideas to deal with the Watch performance too.
Thanks for your reply.
I did reorder my categories which helped a lot. Still I would open a bottle of champagne if I could select single categories. My most frequently used categories on the go are nested within different groups with some other categories.
Thank you for considering the listing of MoneyWiz' Payees.
Very likely so, since apps will finally be allowed to save data locally. Let's see how it goes when they release it. The issue here is with the Watch's performance. If the assumption that the performance is low because of live data transfer from the iPhone is true, then this would solve it. If it's just slow because that's all it can do, then WatchOS 2 is unlikely to solve it. We'll run tests once Apple releases it.
Still there's no solution for the categories on the apple watch? I can see about 300 payee on the apple watch but I can't select from my 20-30 categories. It's nonsense, and also could be good to have the categories ordered as groups like the iphone counterpart.