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How to Set Up Emergency Contacts on iPhone

Set up this feature before an emergency occurs.

what you need to know

  • to health Apps > Medical ID Settings > Profile Picture > medical card > edit > Add emergency contact > Contact > Relationship with You.
  • by phone > contact lens > Contact > Add to emergency contact > You and her relationship > complete.
  • access: pending side And volume up key at the same time > medical card > Press the phone number.

iPhone’s Emergency Contacts feature makes it easy to connect with people you trust in an emergency. It also makes it easier for strangers to get help for you when you can’t help yourself. This article explains how to set up emergency contacts and access them when needed.

How do I set up emergency contacts on my iPhone?

Emergency Contacts is one of the many useful features provided by the pre-installed Health app. Adding an emergency contact to iPhone allows you to quickly reach the people who matter most in your life. To add an emergency contact to your health, follow these steps:

To add an emergency contact this way, you must first set up a medical ID (very useful!).

open it health apartment

At the top right, tap your profile picture.

win medical card.

win edit.

win Add emergency contact.

Browse or search and tap the address book for the contact you want to add.

Steps to add emergency contact in Health app on iPhone.

Tap Relationship with You.

win complete Save your new emergency contact.

This is the final step in adding emergency contacts in the Health app on your iPhone.

Want to be sure you get calls from your emergency contacts even when Do Not Disturb is on? Navigate to the person in the Phone or Contacts app > edit > ringtone > Go emergency bypass Set the slider to On/Green.

How do I add emergency contacts to my iPhone?

The Health app isn’t the only place to add emergency contacts. You can also do this directly from the phone app where you manage your contacts. Here’s how.

Tap the Phone app.

win contact lens or last.

  • when you are there contact lensTap the person’s name.
  • when you are there lasttab me next to her name.

Add an emergency contact in the Phone app on iPhone.

win Add to emergency contact.

If you have more than one saved phone number, select the phone number you want to use as your emergency contact.

Tap Contacts and Me.

This will open your Medical ID in the Health app. Confirm and click Add. complete Save your changes.

This is the last step to add an emergency contact in the Phone app on your iPhone.

To delete an emergency contact, go to Health > Profile Picture > medical card > edit > Tap the red icon next to the contact you want to remove. > turn off.

How do I get emergency contacts on a locked iPhone?

You don’t have to use these instructions, but if you have an emergency and need access to your own or someone else’s emergency contacts to make emergency calls on your iPhone, follow these steps.

hold down side And volume down key.

Release the key in the following cases: Swipe to turn off / medical card / emergency rescue Options will appear.

slip medical card From left to right.

The user’s medical ID is displayed. Tap one of the phone numbers. Emergency contact The section that calls this contact.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I turn off emergency notifications on my iPhone?

    You may occasionally get notifications about weather, yellow alerts, and government announcements on your iPhone, but you can turn them off. move setting > alarm, then scroll to the bottom of the screen. The options are displayed below. government warning A draggable title. To deliver these notifications in the background emergency alert And turn off the switch next to it always play sound.

  • How do I make emergency calls on iPhone?

    The iPhone’s SOS feature connects to emergency services and sends your location to emergency contacts. to use it side And one Volume Press the button or click the side button five times. just keep swiping SOSAfter a short countdown, the call connects.


More information

How to Set Up Emergency Contacts on iPhone

Set up this feature before an emergency happens

What to Know
In Health app > set up Medical ID > profile photo > Medical ID > Edit > add emergency contact > contact > relationship to you.
On Phone > Contacts > the contact > Add to Emergency Contacts > their relationship to you > Done.
To access: Hold Side and Volume Up buttons at the same time > Medical ID > tap a phone number.

The Emergency Contacts feature of the iPhone makes it easy for you to contact trusted people in an emergency. It also makes it easy for strangers to get help for you when you may not be able to help yourself. This article explains how to set up emergency contacts and how to access them when you need them.

How Do I Set Up Emergency Contacts on iPhone?

Among the many useful things that the pre-installed Health app offers is Emergency Contacts. By adding Emergency Contacts to your iPhone, you can quickly contact the most important people in your life. To add Emergency Contacts in Health, follow these steps:

To add Emergency Contacts this way, you’ll need to set up a Medical ID first (something we strongly recommend; it’s very useful!).

Open the Health app.

Tap your profile photo in the top right.

Tap Medical ID.

Tap Edit.

Tap add emergency contact.

Browse or search your address book for the contact you want to add and tap them.

Tap their relationship to you.

Tap Done to save the new emergency contact.

Want to make sure that a call from your emergency contacts can get through to you even if you’ve got Do Not Disturb enabled? Go to the person in your Phone or Contacts app > Edit > Ringtone > move Emergency Bypass slider to on/green.
How Do I Add an Emergency Contact on My iPhone?

The Health app isn’t the only place you can add emergency contacts. You can do it right from the Phone app where you manage contacts, too. Here’s how:

Tap the Phone app.

Tap Contacts or Recents.

If you’re in Contacts, tap the person’s name.
If you’re in Recents, tap the i next to their name.

Tap Add to Emergency Contacts.

If the person has more than one phone number stored, choose which phone number to use for the emergency contact.

Tap the contact’s relationship to you.

This opens your Medical ID in the Health app. Review the addition and tap Done to save the change.

To remove an Emergency Contact, go to Health > profile photo > Medical ID > Edit > tap the red icon next to the contact you want to remove > Delete.
How Do I Get Emergency Contacts on My Locked iPhone? 

Hopefully you won’t need to use these instructions, but if there’s an emergency and you need to access your—or someone else’s—emergency contacts to make an emergency call on an iPhone, follow these steps:

Press and hold the Side and Volume Down buttons.

Release the buttons when the slide to power off / Medical ID / Emergency SOS options appear.

Slide Medical ID left to right.

The user’s Medical ID appears. Tap one of the phone numbers in the Emergency Contacts section to call that contact.

FAQ

How do I turn off emergency alerts on iPhone?
You may occasionally receive notifications for weather, AMBER alerts, and government announcements on your iPhone, but you can turn them off. Go to Settings > Notifications, and then scroll all the way down to the bottom of the screen. There, you’ll see options under a Government Alerts heading that you can switch off. To deliver these notifications silently, select Emergency Alerts and turn off the switch next to Always Play Sound.

How do I make an emergency call on iPhone?
The iPhone’s SOS feature connects to emergency services and sends your location to your emergency contacts. To use it either, hold the Side and one of the Volume buttons or click the Side button five times. Swipe right on SOS, and the call will go through after a short countdown.

#Set #Emergency #Contacts #iPhone

How to Set Up Emergency Contacts on iPhone

Set up this feature before an emergency happens

What to Know
In Health app > set up Medical ID > profile photo > Medical ID > Edit > add emergency contact > contact > relationship to you.
On Phone > Contacts > the contact > Add to Emergency Contacts > their relationship to you > Done.
To access: Hold Side and Volume Up buttons at the same time > Medical ID > tap a phone number.

The Emergency Contacts feature of the iPhone makes it easy for you to contact trusted people in an emergency. It also makes it easy for strangers to get help for you when you may not be able to help yourself. This article explains how to set up emergency contacts and how to access them when you need them.

How Do I Set Up Emergency Contacts on iPhone?

Among the many useful things that the pre-installed Health app offers is Emergency Contacts. By adding Emergency Contacts to your iPhone, you can quickly contact the most important people in your life. To add Emergency Contacts in Health, follow these steps:

To add Emergency Contacts this way, you’ll need to set up a Medical ID first (something we strongly recommend; it’s very useful!).

Open the Health app.

Tap your profile photo in the top right.

Tap Medical ID.

Tap Edit.

Tap add emergency contact.

Browse or search your address book for the contact you want to add and tap them.

Tap their relationship to you.

Tap Done to save the new emergency contact.

Want to make sure that a call from your emergency contacts can get through to you even if you’ve got Do Not Disturb enabled? Go to the person in your Phone or Contacts app > Edit > Ringtone > move Emergency Bypass slider to on/green.
How Do I Add an Emergency Contact on My iPhone?

The Health app isn’t the only place you can add emergency contacts. You can do it right from the Phone app where you manage contacts, too. Here’s how:

Tap the Phone app.

Tap Contacts or Recents.

If you’re in Contacts, tap the person’s name.
If you’re in Recents, tap the i next to their name.

Tap Add to Emergency Contacts.

If the person has more than one phone number stored, choose which phone number to use for the emergency contact.

Tap the contact’s relationship to you.

This opens your Medical ID in the Health app. Review the addition and tap Done to save the change.

To remove an Emergency Contact, go to Health > profile photo > Medical ID > Edit > tap the red icon next to the contact you want to remove > Delete.
How Do I Get Emergency Contacts on My Locked iPhone? 

Hopefully you won’t need to use these instructions, but if there’s an emergency and you need to access your—or someone else’s—emergency contacts to make an emergency call on an iPhone, follow these steps:

Press and hold the Side and Volume Down buttons.

Release the buttons when the slide to power off / Medical ID / Emergency SOS options appear.

Slide Medical ID left to right.

The user’s Medical ID appears. Tap one of the phone numbers in the Emergency Contacts section to call that contact.

FAQ

How do I turn off emergency alerts on iPhone?
You may occasionally receive notifications for weather, AMBER alerts, and government announcements on your iPhone, but you can turn them off. Go to Settings > Notifications, and then scroll all the way down to the bottom of the screen. There, you’ll see options under a Government Alerts heading that you can switch off. To deliver these notifications silently, select Emergency Alerts and turn off the switch next to Always Play Sound.

How do I make an emergency call on iPhone?
The iPhone’s SOS feature connects to emergency services and sends your location to your emergency contacts. To use it either, hold the Side and one of the Volume buttons or click the Side button five times. Swipe right on SOS, and the call will go through after a short countdown.

#Set #Emergency #Contacts #iPhone


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