I LOVE having my glucose displayed on my Apple Watch!
Any tips worth sharing?
I’d specifically love to know if others with Applewatch/Dexcom combo have figured out an ideal way to get alerts at night - I DO want to receive an alert if I’m high, or about to hit an urgent low, but I want it to vibrate on my watch, not also wake my husband with an audible alarm or rattling phone.
When I tried using Sleep Schedule (loved the haptic “tap” wake-up alarm and other features) nothing goes to my watch and it is my phone that vibrates and wakes my husband before me. So now it stays awake night with Do Not Disturb OFF on the watch to ensure the alerts get through. I’m not sure if my phone being on Do Not Disturb will keep it quiet for everything else and still keep texts from waking me in the night. I’m hoping it is only Dexcom that will “breakthrough with notifications”.
There are so many ways to configure things I’m not at all sure I have the right things off and on in the watch setting, the phone settings and the Dexcom app settings (though I’ve followed all the guide suggestions).
Would love to hear what you do that’s woking well, especially if you are trying to avoid waking a sleeping partner in bed with you!
PS I’m using the Modular display that always has my glucose as a “complication” on the main face, love it (though I tap the app to see it totally up to date - I couldn’t get the Sugarmate app appear on the watch, only my phone, because I’m in Canada perhaps?)