In late August, Microsoft announced that the Microsoft Authenticator suite on Apple Watch has entered the public testing phase.After several weeks of testing, the APP officially landed on Apple Watch. This means that users can use Watch to allow / reject landing requests on the desktop instead of on the phone.
Apple Watch support is officially added to today's 6.0.1 update, but it's important to note that only higher versions of WatchOS 4.0 are supported. The unlocking steps are as follows:
Ensure that mobile phones and Watch are connected.
Open Microsoft Authenticator at watch end
Under the account column, click the settings button. If you do not have a button next to your account, you can skip this step. In this way, users can receive landing notices in Apple Watch, and then pass or prohibit them according to actual needs.