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Eligible users are chosen randomly for each level in the app. Winners are chosen weekly on Fridays. Not sure if you’re eligible? Check out the article, 'How do I enter the raffle?'
The number of gifts given for each level is outlined in the article, 'How many points do I need to win a gift?'
Tap the (+) pill icon button in the top right corner of the screen. Begin typing the medication name, and our database will auto-suggest names for you as you begin to type. Select the name of your medication, and our database will also suggest a 'Form' and 'Color' for you as well.
If you'd like to select an alternative 'Form', simply tap 'Form' and select your preferred option in the drop down menu. You can also select a custom ‘Color’ this way, and if your selected form is 'tablet', you can select a custom ‘Shape’ as well.
Tap 'Quantity', and use the keypad to enter the total quantity of the medication you have on hand. This will be used to give you refill reminders. Tap 'Dose' and scroll to enter the dose you take with each scheduled time. This will be reflected in your history, and also be used to give you refill reminders.
Tap 'Frequency' and scroll both the left and right wheels to indicate your schedule. Based on your entry, you will receive the appropriate number of 'Reminder' fields to enter the time(s) when you'd like to receive your reminder(s).
When all fields have been filled, tap 'Save' in the top right.
Currently, we have over 8,000 medications and supplements in our database. If one of your medications or supplements is not yet in our system, please contact us.
You can start forming a healthier routine today by setting up reminders to build the following habits: track blood pressure, stay hydrated, and record weight. (If you’re using an Apple device, stay tuned! This feature is coming soon.)
Is there a new habit you’d like to see? Send us a note by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by opening the menu and tapping ‘Help’, then ‘Contact Us’.
Tap the round orange (+) button in the bottom right corner of the screen. Tap ‘Add Habit’, then select the habit you’d like to set up.
On the next screen, tap ‘Start’. If you’d like to rename the habit, tap on the name, then type the text you’d like to see on each reminder. In the fields below, enter your current and target measurements, then toggle ‘Reminders’ on or off.
If you keep your reminders on, use the drop-down menu next to ‘Remind me’ to input your schedule. Based on your entry, you will receive the appropriate number of 'Reminder' fields to enter the time(s) when you'd like to receive your reminder(s). When all fields have been filled, tap 'Save’.
Open the 'My Habits' panel, either on the home screen or by tapping through the navigation menu. Tap on the name of the habit you’d like to change.
On the next screen, tap ‘Edit’ in the top right corner. Next to 'Remind me', use the drop-down menus to change the number of scheduled reminders, as well as the following 'Reminder' field(s) to change the reminder time(s) of your habit schedule. Don’t forget to tap 'Save' when you are finished.
Open the 'My Habits' panel, either on the home screen or by tapping through the navigation menu. Tap on the name of the habit you’d like to disable, ‘Edit’ in the top right corner, then ‘Disable’ at the bottom of the screen. Once a habit has been disabled, you’ll still be able to see your history of it. If you'd like to keep your habit but stop receiving reminders, simply toggle ‘Reminders’ off.
We use activation codes for certain programs that we run with health care companies, or when we are distributing the app at certain events, such as charity runs. You do not need an activation code to get started with the app, and it does not change your chances of winning in our raffle.
If you took a medication or supplement but didn't tap "I took it" it on time, you may edit your history to have an accurate record.
To do this, enter your app ‘History’, and then tap on any doses logged as ‘missed’ to flip them to ‘taken’. Please note also that editing your history may improve your adherence percentages and perfect days, but it does not affect points!
Recording your mood after taking your meds can help you track potential side effects. It can also show if your medications are making you feel better or not. If you're on using the Apple app, you can track your mood and take notes. (Android users - stay tuned! This feature is coming soon.)
To do this, scroll down to the bottom of the home screen, and tap to record a mood. Select the mood icon for how you're feeling -- we hope it's awesome! -- and tap the paper (+) icon to type in any notes or any additional info. Don't forget to hit ‘Save’ in the top right when you've finished.
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