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2019-01-10: Maintenance on our Servers
On Wednesday, 01/10/2019, a maintenance job will be carried out on our servers between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm GMT. The service 'SiDiary Online' and the SiDiary Onlineshop will not be available during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
2018-12-21: SiDiary 6.2 is ready for download
With the new major update (from version 6.1.x to 6.2.x), we have added many new evaluation options, especially for statistics. It is now possible to add further data sources to the graphic type "Glucose profile" for convenient evaluation: Carbs, Basal, Bolus, Excersise. The latter shows the percentage spread of times with and without sensors as well as the frequency and duration of times with low/very low glucose values. In addition, there is a pie chart of the glucose values in the target range ("Time in Range").
The direct print/PDF in the statistics has also been extended in such a way that the pages are optimally utilised depending on the number of graphics displayed.
And last but not least, SiDiary now also handles the new export format of LibreView.
2018-11-01: mylife YpsoPump & SiDiary
With the current version 6.1.1328 of SiDiary the mylife YpsoPump can now also be read via Bluetooth.
Correspondingly, the next extension of the detailed diary is also available: the daily basal profiles are now not only displayed graphically in the diary, but also the basal rates per hour in number form. This display is now freely scalable, so that everyone can set a size that is pleasantly readable for themselves.
2018-09-25: Maintenance on our Servers
On Thursday, 09/27/2018, a maintenance job will be carried out on our servers between 10:00 am and 12:00 am GMT. The service 'SiDiary Online' will not be available during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
2018-09-17: New meters and basal rates import
In our current update there is again something exciting: not only that we have added two new devices (the blood pressure monitor Beurer BM55 and the BG monitor Ypsomed mylife Unio Neva), we have also started to import the basal rates programmed in the pump into our basal rate management when reading out insulin pumps.
First only for the Ypsomed mylife Omnipod, but other pumps will be added over time.