I would rather have it send me alerst only on severe weather - and as the alert is ment to be displayed on phone and smartwatch etc, i would love to have a better definition of "big day" that is coming to my place.
Whats with the "big day" that is coming????
Will i get married? will i get the job? will trump initiate ww3 - which means the big day is coming to all of us?
can we change that sentence to classify the type of "bigness" - sever wind? severe rain/snow?
The picture above indicates nothing special about the "big day" (it shows 2 days, which one is big?)
normal wind, normal shitty weather, temperatures normal..... what is the qualifyer for "big day" ?
"make the text great again" ; we need informative alerts about relevant happenings - currently it is neither.
(mayhaps the relevancy i can alter in the settings when creating an alert, but the useless "big day" text i cant change.
And when i read that on my smartwatch, and i am forced to load the full blown app before i understand what the alert is about then i am frustrated.
... yes, dear developers - i spent much time in my professional life around programmers and datacenters, and i know you want to crucify me now for posting something that may be more of a "feature" than a bug. (its by design, so lets ignore it)
I do have the impression though, that after your anger has subsided - you may find my feedback has a point.