Apple watch dexcom graph

I got my new apple watch. Now to get it set up. Per others i downloaded and installed SugarMate, ow the questions:

Which watch face are people using?

When I press the glucose number on the watch display it shows dexcom app. Is that the way it is supposed to work?

The dexcom graph it shows is only about 1 hour. Is there a way to display a longer time frame? Can I make it a 3 or 4 hour graph?

Thank you all for the help.

I use the utility watch face—easy to read and just gives me the info I want.

Yup! But sometimes it doesn’t display the glucose number until I close and open it again. Not sure why.

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Yes, you can. Swipe left or right on the watch face and you get the 3 and 6 hour graphs.


As well as swiping the screen you can also turn the crown to switch from 1 to 3 to 6 hour display

Thank you all, are there any other watch faces that are used?

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I use the modular face, but with the new Watch OS update Dexcom-numbers has become much smaller. I miss the old watch faces.

The two on the left shows how it used to be, the two on the right show the max size Dexcom numbers are displayed now.


When I first got a series 3 it said had to use modular face. Recently updated to series 6 and found out Dexcom has not completely caught up. It works but I have to tap it to see reading. Pretty sure G7 is compatible. Will see when my new script is ready to pick up G7. So I just use modular and Dexcom goes in the middle. I’m not technical at all so if I can set up anyone can. Good luck. I love this watch.

You can use any watch face that has a calendar on it, sugarmate uses the calendar to report the dex values.dexcom ap itself take like30 sec to respond so it irritates me . That’s why I set up the sugarmate thing . When we finally get the direct to watch ability, we won’t need to worry about it