Please let me hide the Settings app from the app screen on my Galaxy Watch!!! This arbitrary limitation of the OS is easily the worst part of the UX of the Galaxy Watch. I know what I'm doing and I don't want it there.
Samsung, please give me more freedom over my device.
I don't know if this is a solution for you, but I only use Apps pages to get to "Recent Apps" which I have as the first app. Instead I put together links to the ones I use in "short cut widgets". You can have several short cut widget pages and lock the links in the order you want.
I did that for a bit myself, but I use enough of the built-in apps that it became inconvenient. Also, I'm just generally fairly nitpicky aesthetically, I even used Samsung's Good Lock app to remove the clock and other icons I didn't want from the status bar.