If you have diabetes, you can use this device to your advantage by downloading (and using) a diabetes management app. The key is finding the right app that addresses concerns and makes managing your diabetes easier.
This app almost does it all for type I, type II, and gestational diabetes management. It offers carb counting, glucose tracking, and bolus dose calculation estimates. It can give you reports on your blood glucose levels over weeks, months, and even years. As a bonus, it can estimate your hemoglobin A1C based on your tracking. A clean, intuitive, customizable dashboard interface and the ability to sync with your glucose monitor can set this app apart. MySugr has features that can help you make the most out of the app, such as reminders that ping you to follow up with more data, like blood sugar levels after a workout. All the data and charts are usually easy to send to your doctor, so you can work together to adjust your treatment and better manage your diabetes based on accurate information.
This app, which complements the OneTouch Verio Flex and OneTouch Verio Reflect meters, can be a go-to for automatic insights. Using your blood glucose readings, the app automatically searches for and highlights trends. Is your blood sugar frequently out of range after 9 p.m. Not only will the app spot the trend, push notifications will alert you so you can take action. The app plots important trend events in a timeline, too, helping you spot patterns. Your physician can log in to review your history and adjust your care plan based on your diet and carb ratios. A clean, color-coded interface reveals your high/low distribution, counts your daily readings, and lets you see at a glance when your sugar levels are stable or out of range.
Some apps allow you to download this information to share it with your doctor, too. You can use apps to plan your meals to make dietary changes. A few apps even allow you to connect with other people who have diabetes to get additional tips and support.
If your Sugar instance is enabled for offline use, the Offline Records screen will appear upon first logging in to the app. While a small number of records are automatically cached to your device for offline use, you have the option to bulk download your assigned, favorited, and followed records. Click \"Download\" to initiate the download which will continue in the background while you use the app. Alternatively, click \"Not Right Now\" if you do not wish to make these records available for offline use. Check the \"Use Cellular Data\" box to have the download continue using cellular data when a wifi connection is not available.
When enabled, your mobile device will cache records for offline viewing as well as buffer changes you make to records while offline to be synced upon reconnecting. This includes the addition and removal of attachments. Viewing a record in any list view, detail view, or edit view will cause it to be automatically cached in your local database, although attachments are not cached. Additionally, users will have the opportunity to preemptively download their assigned, favorited, and followed records from the Offline Settings menu. Data will sync between the mobile app and the Sugar database when the application is open and actively in use. If you navigate away from the application, synchronization will be suspended until you return to the mobile app.
When the SugarCRM mobile app is offline enabled, the Main Menu includes an Offline Settings option that includes an offline status indicator, Always Offline mode, a transaction log, and an Offline Records screen with download settings and offline record counts.
The Offline Records page displays counts of downloaded records as well as allowing you to configure and initiate a bulk download of records for offline use. Tap \"Records\" from the Offline Settings menu to access these options.
While online, the SugarCRM mobile app checks for updates to your cached records or new records that meet the criteria to be cached every 3 minutes. This includes your assigned, favorited, and followed records. It also allows you to proactively download eligible records in addition to automatically downloading records you access in the app. The Download Settings section displays the last time a bulk download was performed. Tap the \"Download\" button to initiate the process.
Note: Upon first login after enabling offline capabilities, you will be presented with the option to download your records. You may also choose to initiate the download at any time from the Offline Settings menu.
By default, the app will only perform the bulk download using a Wi-Fi connection. Enable the Use Cellular Data toggle if you want to bulk download records even when no Wi-Fi connection is available.
As you use the application, any records displayed in a list view, detail view, or edit view will automatically be stored in your local database while offline capabilities are enabled. Your device will download up to 3000 accounts, 3000 contacts, 3000 teams, 3000 employees, 3000 product catalog records, and 1000 records belonging to other modules. If you download more than the maximum number of records, the app will purge unused or less important records down to 90% of the maximum the next time you open the app.
Quotes can be downloaded or emailed as PDFs using the PDF templates created by your system administrator. To download or email a quote PDF, open the More Actions menu via the three-dots icon in the top right corner when viewing a quote record. The menu contains a download option and an email option for each PDF template associated with the Quotes module:
Tapping the Download button opens the PDF in the default PDF application on your device. From there, you can save the file to your device or share it with others using your device's email application. Note that downloading quote PDFs does not work on device web browsers.
In the DocuSign dashlet, you can use the \"Fetch completed document\" action on a DocuSign envelope record to create a document record related to the target (e.g., the account from which you initiated the signature request). The signed file will be attached to this document, which can then be found in the Documents subpanel of the target record. Now, you can download the file attachment from the document record for viewing or saving to your device.
The DocuSign dashlet allows you to initiate a signature request, including selecting recipients if this has been enabled by an admin, view the status of signature requests, and download signed documents. It includes several views split into tabs:
Users can easily upload image or file attachments (e.g., .pdf, .doc, .csv, .xls, .xml, .jpg, .png, .txt, video, audio) to records that have a File-type field (e.g., Attachments), such as notes. Once a file is uploaded, other users can download or view the attachment via the mobile app and the desktop application. If the file is an image, you can choose to resize it before saving; select a smaller size to reduce the quality of the image if you want to also reduce the upload time. See the Editing Image Fields section for more details on image resizing.
When a record contains one or more images or file attachments, you can tap the File icon in the record's Actions menu to download the files. The File icon will be greyed out if the record's File-type field (e.g., Attachments) is not populated. It is important to note that if the admin has added an image field to the detail view, it is not displayed within the list of fields; instead, its image file is accessible via the File icon.
If there is a single attachment, the file will immediately be downloaded. If there is more than one, a pop-up will appear listing the files. Tap a file to download it. Note that notes can only have more than one attachment on Sugar instances on version 11.0 and higher.
Once the download is complete, you will be able to view the file (e.g., .jpg, .gif, .doc, .pdf, video, audio) from within the mobile app. In addition, you can also share the file via email, text message, or other available options:
If you are one of the 100 million adults suffering from type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you might be searching for ways to simplify how you track your glucose levels. We know the process of managing what you eat, how much you exercise, and your blood sugar levels can be difficult. Fortunately, smartphone technology is making it easier to control chronic diseases like type 1 or type 2 diabetes by allowing you to document and monitor your health from your handheld device.
Looking for recommendations for the best smartphone apps for managing type 1 or type 2 diabetes We have you covered. Read on to learn how Portlanders use convenient smartphone apps to monitor blood sugar, carbohydrate intake, exercise, A1C results, medication doses and more.
Looking for an app that makes managing type 1 and type 2 diabetes easier Diabetes Connect lets you track your weight, blood sugar, meals, insulin injections, blood pressure, heart rate, and medication from your phone in a more simplified way. It also lets you analyze glucose levels, meal data and other health information from an intuitive dashboard that presents your diabetic information visually. It additionally allows you to synchronize that information across multiple Android and Apple devices and lets you print your data should you need to give it to your doctor. Download Diabetes Connect for free on your iPhone or Android, or go ad-free and gain access to premium features by subscribing for $1.99 monthly, $16.99 annually or $26.99 for a lifetime subscription.
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