We’ve changed things around, and we understand the new design feels totally different. But all of your data is here — we’re still analyzing your Stress, Energy, and Productivity, along with a bunch of other HRV metrics and data.

Here’s what changed and how to use the app.

Where are my measurement results?

The results show up on the main screen as soon as you take a measurement manually or with your Apple Watch. You might not see your results in some cases — if your measurement’s accuracy is too low, for example. We’ll drop you a message if this happens.

All of your results are also in your Measurement History, which we moved to My Data — just tap on the chart icon in the upper right corner to see them.

Where did my measurement details go?

They’re still here! We’ve just packaged them into a separate message, which looks like this:

Tap “see details” under the chart to see the complete list of metrics, just like in the old version. Plus, we’ve added charts that show how a specific metric has changed over the past few measurements if it falls outside the norm.

Learn more about this message here.

Where are my Stress, Energy, and Productivity scores?

We’ve visualized your results as a fuel tank. The liquid amount and color reflect your energy level, while the heat bringing it to a simmer or boil is your stress. The particles flying in or out of the tank are your energy trend — they show if you’re currently saving or using energy.

Just like before, you can see your Stress, Energy, and Productivity levels in percent — they’re right on your fuel tank. Tap on the message or the arrow to learn more about your scores.

Learn more about this message here.

Where is my measurement accuracy score?

It’s still here, inside the fuel tank. Just tap on the message to see your accuracy score in the details.

There’s no need to check it for every measurement anymore, though. When your accuracy score is low, we’ll send you a separate message letting you know about it.

Where is my resilience score?

Still here. Just tap on the results screen with your Stress, Energy, and Productivity scores — Resilience is in the details.

I can’t find my measurement results

Give it a bit, and they should pop up on your main screen — the one with the measurement button at the bottom and the menu bar at the top.

If you took a measurement with your Apple Watch and don’t see the results, it may contain fewer than 50 beats. Check the number of beats in Apple Health, and take a longer measurement with the Breathe App. Check out the instructions here.

You might also not get your results if the measurement quality is too low, but we’ll let you know if this is the case.

If neither of these is the issue, but you still don’t see your results after 1–2 minutes, let us know in the chat. Tap the menu icon in the top left corner of the main screen, then tap the black round icon on the bottom right to open the chat window.

Where is the post-measurement survey and tags?

They’re in a separate menu, because 80% of users skipped them altogether after measuring.

Tap the plus sign in the top right corner — you can add tags there, enter blood pressure or weight, and track your mood.

You don’t even need to take a measurement to do it anymore.

What if I want to add tags right after my measurement?

We’ll bring back the post-measurement surveys for users who prefer them in the next few updates.

Where are the “before” and “after” tags? How do I do experiments now?

Yes, we really did get rid of this feature in order to create an algorithm that runs experiments automatically — it will use all of your data, tags, and measurements in order to generate insights, then send them to you.

For example, it can take your “karaoke” tags and run a full-blown analysis to see if karaoke reduces your stress levels, then send you a report with the stats. This feature is almost here — just give us a bit to fine-tune it.

For now, you can still do experiments with tags. Just take a measurement before the event, then select a tag, then take another measurement.

Why can’t I delete messages?

When you scroll through Facebook or Instagram, you just scroll past boring messages instead of deleting them — the same principle applies here. We’re about to add a filter feature, so you can look at your measurement results only, for example, so it will be even handier.

The new Welltory is tough to navigate. How does this thing work?

Just think of it as a feed, where all the latest updates are at the top and older events are at the bottom — you used to tap a back arrow to see yesterday’s results, but now you just scroll down.

Here is what your main screen might look like, for example.

19.20 - You had a headache, so you selected the “headache” tag. We sent you a recommendation to help you feel better, which takes past events into account — the earlier glass of wine, in this case.

18.30 - You drank a glass of wine and used the “alcohol” tag.

15.00 - Your Apple Watch took a measurement. We sent you the results.

12.00 - You used your blood pressure monitor to take a reading and entered the numbers. We analyzed it and sent you the results.

11.30 - You worked out. We analyzed your workout and sent you the results.

10.20 - Your Apple Watch took an automatic heart rate variability measurement. We analyzed it and sent you the results.

10.00 - You woke up, and we have sleep data from your fitness tracker. We analyzed it and sent you a report.

How do I know if this data is from today, yesterday, or another day?

There are time markers in your feed. Here’s what they look like:

Why do I see other information aside from my measurement results?

Because Welltory is now a feed, similar to Twitter or Instagram, but about your health, body, and lifestyle. Instead of selfies and pictures of food from your friends, you see updates about your body and health — sleep and workout analytics, meditation summaries, measurement results, and recommendations from smart algorithms.

Just like with other feeds, you’ll occasionally see info that may interest you. For example, we may tell you more about blood pressure and how to manage it if the data shows you have hypertension.

Why did you change the design?

The old format limited the insights we could provide for our uses, who wanted more recommendations, analytics, and personalized tips based on their data specifically.

We decided to create a feed for it all — the measurement results, sleep and workout analytics, recommendations to overcome insomnia or panic attacks, event and mood tracking, everything.

What if I want the old version back?

We’re about to stop supporting the old version, so unfortunately we can’t switch you back.

We know that change is always a bit tough. We’ve been testing the beta version of the new app for several months, and the response from old users was similar at first. However, all of them liked the new version better after about a week of testing. Give it a chance.

There are still a ton of neat features to come — this is just the beginning of our journey into a world where taking care of your body and health is much, much easier.

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