Now with unlimited history and export! History lets you :
See your sleep rating, quality, time asleep, heart rate, deep sleep and when you went to bed
View twelve weekly averages, weekly averages and an explorer that lets you tap a day and identify trends
Easily access historical records
Export your sleep data over a defined date range
Add emojis and notes
History contains a lot of great functionality to help you easily find what you are looking for. Spend some time navigating your way around and you will be a pro in no time at all.
There are a couple key ways to find the date your after:
Using the Graph - do a 'swipe and hold' on the graph side to side and you will see the graph move to a previous or future date range. You will notice a triangle appear when you do a side swipe, indicating that the calendar is moving in that direction
Using the Calendar - swipe up or down on the calendar to move the date range focus. You will notice the highlight box on the graph will also move as you swipe up or down on the calendar
The graph display will show a white outlined box to indicate the week you are currently focused on. This box moves as you move to different dates in your history. For each view, 2 key metrics show in the top right corner of the graph, the total average across the entire 12 weeks and also the average across the current week you have the outlined box focused on. Each week to week will also contain a thin horizontal line showing the average for that week, handy for seeing any significant changes week to week without having to swipe.
Tap on any date in the calendar and a banner will pop-up containing all the key information for that sleep session. You can tap on any of the boxes and the calendar and graph will update to reflect that metric. For example, if I tap on the Heartrate box, it will update the calendar and days to the heartrate view and trends.
The banner pop-up also allows a side swipe to add emojis and notes, along with a quick view of the sleep session graph (see below image). Refer to the emojis and notes page for more information, or for information on sleep graphs refer to the sleep session section in the Today tab.
Pro-tip: If you press clock tab after selecting a day, it goes to Clock tab in view mode for that day.
Open a Day/Night
To open the details for a specific date, simply 'touch and hold' on any date in the calendar:
This will direct you to the Clock in view mode with the dates information loaded. You can view all the associated graphs and trends with that date, or even edit the record if required using the 'Edit' link in the top right corner. To return to todays date, a quick link can be found to todays date in the top left corner.
The top of the History view contains a number of icons to change the data pulling into history. Simply tap on any of the icons and the graph and calendar will update. The different tabs/views include:
Sleep Rating - shown as a battery icon
Quality Sleep - shown as a star icon
Sleep Duration - shown as a half moon icon
In Bed At - shown as a clock icon
Heartrate - shown as a heart icon
Deep Sleep - shown as a zzz icon
REM Sleep - shown as an R in a circle (only shows when in Sleep Stage mode)
Deep Stage - shown as a Z in a circle (only shows when in Sleep Stage mode)
Note - some tabs will update depending which Sleep Mode you are currently in. For example, REM will only show if you are in the Sleep Stages mode, see the below image where the (R) icon represents REM. Sleep Stages can be turned on/off via the Settings menu under the menu option called 'Sleep Stages'. You can learn more about Sleep modes here.
Sleep Rating History
Sleep Rating history is viewed by tapping the top battery icon.
The days on the calendar show as mini rings with the sleep rating % under each
The mini rings reflect the bigger Sleep Rating rings on the Today view
Refer to Sleep Rating to discover more about this insightful metric
Quality Sleep History
Quality Sleep history is viewed by tapping the top star icon.
The days on the calendar show as vertical bars with the sleep quality duration in each
The colours of the bars reflect the quality of your sleep compared to your goal, along with with bars being taller to indicate more quality sleep
Learn more about Quality Sleep on the Clock page
Sleep Duration History
Sleep Duration history is viewed by tapping the top half moon icon.
The days on the calendar show as vertical bars with the sleep duration in each, for example, 8:29 means I had 8 hours and 29 minutes of sleep
The colours of the bars reflect the duration amount of your sleep compared to your goal, along with with bars being taller to indicate more sleep duration
Learn more about Sleep Duration by viewing Today's Sleep on the Clock page
In Bed At History
In Bed At history is viewed by tapping the top clock icon.
The days on the calendar show as vertical bars with the time in bed displayed in each, for example, 9:16p means that I was in bed at 9:16pm in the evening
The colours of the bars reflect the time in bed compared to your average bedtime, along with the bars being taller to indicate where you have missed your regular in bed time
Using the Lights Off feature can help with the In Bed At time. Learn more about this in the Lights Off page
Heartrate history is viewed by tapping the top heart icon.
The days on the calendar show as vertical bars with the average heartrate for the sleep displayed in each, for example, 67 means that my average heartrate for my sleep was 67 beats per minute for the total sleep session
The colours of the bars will go a darker shade of red to reflect your heartrate compared to your average, along with the bars being taller to indicate where your heartrate was higher
Learn more about your sleep heartrate by viewing the Clock page
Deep Sleep History
Deep Sleep history is viewed by tapping the top zzz icon.
The days on the calendar show as vertical bars with the deep sleep achieved for the sleep displayed in each, for example, 1:03 means that I gained 1 hour and 3 minutes of deep sleep for my sleep session
The colours of the bars will change compared to your deep sleep goal, along with the bars being taller to indicate where your deep sleep was greater
By default, sleep sessions with zero values are ignored. However, in Advanced Options in Settings, you can elect to include zero values in your deep sleep trends and reporting
Learn more about Deep Sleep by viewing the Clock page
Exports allows you to export your key sleep data over a date range. Refer to the Export page for more information.
AutoSleep automatically works with HeartWatch, our premier heart & activity monitoring app. AutoSleep is fully integrated, delivering more metrics to HeartWatch to let you delve deeper & see trends across not only your sleep, but your complete wellness, activity and workouts.