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Lack of exportable list of readings is unacceptable and makes product useless

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    rmstephenson

    I share my data with my doctor using the Health Mate app.  

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    zafislam9

    CSV file up vote.👍

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    berndog2

    My workaround is to do a screen shot and attach it to my doctor - or just show him the trends during our visits. But yes an exportable and printable file would be a basic thing these days

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    michael.tinkler

    The user should not have to use a work around, there should be the facility of exporting the data in *.csv format for use in a spreadsheet. Most other BP monitors are able to do this, it can't be that hard for a company with the experience of Withings!

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    zafislam9

    Hi can any one from Withing please reply to this basic CSV format.🤔These are modern times and your still stuck in the past you need to adapt for the future.Armelle can you please respond to this.

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    boreham

    Share with Doctor includes a CSV file.

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    broxbiz

    I'd be happy just to be able to print off history for a specified period. But, for example in the heart rate monitor daily graphs, there is no way to select (say) 4 per page and print them off. Instead one has to fiddle with the print manage scale factor, which never behaves the way one wants, and cuts off graphs in two on different pages.  And did I mention that the graphs are absolutely pathetic? 

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    zafislam9

    Basic CSV support please vote 👍
    Please respond anyone 🤔

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    boreham

    It already has CSV support (see above). If you "share with my doctor" it prepares an email which lists all your readings, and attaches a CSV. You can specify a date range and you can email it to yourself rather than your doctor of course.

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    broxbiz

    Sounds good in theory, but there is no "Share with my doctor" option on the avaerage heart rate screen that shows the daily charts, nor on the list of ECG charts, both of which I did want to share with my doctor!.

     

    Apologies - I was referring to the ScanWatch, not a BPM Connect.

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    boreham

    Heart rate is included in the "Share with my doctor" data and CSV from the blood pressure readings. 

    The BPM Connect doesn't do ECGs. Have you got the BPM Core? There is a separate forum for the BPM Core. I would be surprised if it can't be shared. I can do ECGs from my Apple Watch and a Kardia both of which can share ECGs with a medical professional.

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