I have been using the Co Pilot software for 3 or 4 weeks. Even though I don’t have the omnipod yet, I was able to download Co Pilot for free by going to www.myomnipod.com, then choosing the download software link at the top of the page. Then I used the Go link under step 1. The Go link in step 2 lets you download the Omnipod extension.
I have to enter all the information manually: glucose, carbs and insulin. There is the ability to import and export. It uses a tab-delimited format that you can read and create in MS Excel. There is an Import Export Guide available on the Abott website. I uploaded some data because I found it tedious to enter the information using the Manual Entry function. I stopped using import when I realized that uploaded data cannot be edited. I have some errors from what I imported for July, but they are just times that are off by a few minutes.
I like the logbook, glucose line and statistics reports the most. The glucose modal day report is interesting too. I think it is a scatter chart. I am not thrilled by the daily combination report because it only covers one day. I like the multi-day reports better.