FitnessSyncer Dashboard is a display of your data as reports with graphs which allow you to see your health and fitness over time. Quickly spot trends or anomalies in your exercise routines and stay motivated.
Users on on free tier are limited to the amount of data that can be seen and cannot customize the dashboard.
If you are a FitnessSyncer Pro user, you will have the option to show all of your data using presets or be able to customize the date range to zoom into the precise data you are interested in.
FitnessSyncer Pro users can also customize and save an unlimited number of Dashboards with a bunch of data visualizations to help you get the most of your data.
In the upper-left corner of the Dashboard, click on the Gear () to customize the report. In this mode, you can:
Note that if you do not have information for a given chart, FitnessSyncer will not display the data associated with that component. For example, if you add a Blood Glucose chart, but do not have any sources with Blood Glucose information, the chart will not be shown.
You can control the imperial or metric setting and time zone of the display on the Dashboard on your Profile.
To open a previously saved chart, click the folder () icon and select the dashboard in question.
You can replace the Default Dashboard simply by saving one of your dashboards with the “Default Dashboard” name. To restore the default dashboard, simply delete this dashboard and the default components will automatically repopulate.
For mobile users with a Pro account, you can create a default mobile dashboard for your mobile device. To do so, save your mobile dashboard with the name “Mobile Dashboard”.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are numeric summaries of your data. Depending on the type of data, you will have the option of Minimum, Maximum, Average, and Total. Note that the math is done on the summarized data for the time periods you have selected; for example, if you are looking at weekly data, the Minimum Key Performance Indicator would show the number that is the minimum week.
We use the formula Sleep Debt = Total Sleep Time - ( Total Awake Time * Ratio of Sleep to Wakefulness ), where we assume that you will sleep for 8 hours a day and be awake for 16 hour per day. If sleep is not tracked on a day, we do not use that day in the calculation. Thus, a positive number indicates a sleep surpluss and a negative number implies a deficit.
If you enter into Report Editor Mode, click on the Gear hear the table you wish to export and if the data is avaiable, there will be a link named Download as CSV to access this data.