To help you track and visualize your progress, we're excited to introduce several brand new features to the History tab, including:
- Fully re-designed graphs
- 3 brand new stats — total fasting hours, resting heart rate and sleep
- Support for manual logging without connecting to Apple Health or Google Fit
- The ability to adjust how you view your data
The fully re-designed 'Recent Fasts' graph makes it easy to visualize your 7 most recent fasts, their average duration and whether you met your fasting goal. The new graph uses the following color coding:
- Fast goal = light grey
- Goal reached = green
- Goal not met = charcoal
- Fast in progress = orange
Note: During an active fast, your average in the Recent Fasts graph may be higher than your 7-fast average. When you end this fast, your 7-fast average will update to match your Recent Fasts average.
Total Fasting Hours, Weight, RHR and Sleep
We're excited to expand the type of health data available — and the ways you can view that information — to help you better visualize the relationship between fasting and your overall health.
We've added entirely new graphs for: Total fasting hours, Weight, Resting heart rate and Sleep hours. Each of these graphs can now be viewed by week, month and year.
- Week = view the 7 most recent days
- Month = view the last 4-5 weeks
- Year = view the last 12 months
To view your entire fasting hours, weight, RHR or sleep history, tap 'See More’ in the upper right of the graph, or simply tap on anywhere on the graph itself.
Once you're in the 'See More' view, you can scroll through your entire history.
Logging your weight, RHR and sleep hours
When you navigate to the History tab after installing or updating the app, you'll receive a prompt to sync with Apple Health (iOS devices) or Google Fit (Android devices). If you'd like to sync, tap 'Sync with Apple Health' or 'Sync with Google Fit', then 'Turn all categories on' and tap 'Allow'.
If you initially choose not to enable permissions, you can easily sync your weight, RHR and/or sleep later. To do so:
On iOS, scroll to the weight, RHR or sleep graph and tap the log button. Below the data entry fields, tap the 'Connect with Apple Health' link. Tap 'Turn All Categories On', then tap 'Allow'.
On Android, scroll to the weight or sleep graph and tap the log button. Below the data entry fields, tap the 'Connect with Google Fit' link, then tap 'Allow'. *Note Google Fit does not currently support RHR.
You can now also log your weight, RHR and sleep hours manually, without connecting with Apple Health or Google Fit. To do so:
- Scroll to the weight, RHR or sleep graph and tap the log button.
- Enter the date, time and appropriate weight, RHR, or sleep hours
- Tap 'Save'.
Deleting an entry
1. To remove a weight, RHR or sleep entry, tap 'See More' in the upper right of the graph, then tap 'See all data'. Any entry with a pencil icon can be removed directly from Zero. Simply tap on that entry, then confirm 'Delete entry'.
2. If you follow the steps above, and the entry has an information icon — not a pencil icon — you'll need to remove this entry from Apple Health or Google Fit directly.
In the Apple Health app, tap on your profile picture in the upper right, then navigate to 'Apps', locate Zero, and tap on 'Data'. From here, tap on 'Weight'/'RHR'/'Sleep' then 'Edit' and remove the entry you'd like to delete.
In the Google Fit app, you can edit weight and sleep entries, but you won't be able to delete them (this isn't currently supported). To do so, open the Google Fit app, tap on 'Weight' or Sleep', then select the entry you'd like to edit. From there, choose the new entry, and tap 'Save'.
Troubleshooting — after updating on Android, historical weight logs are no longer displaying in Zero:
To recover your weight history, please install the Google Fit app if it is not already on your device, then follow the instructions below.
1. If your missing weight entries originated in Google Fit:
- Open the Google Fit app
- Tap Profile Settings
- Tap Manage connected apps.
- To see the full list of connected apps, tap the dropdown arrow All apps & devices.
- Tap on Zero, then tap Disconnect.
- Re-open Zero and visit History to reconnect
- If you do not receive a prompt in Zero to 'Sync with Fit', please tap the 'Log Weight' button, then tap the Connect with Google Fit link.
2. If your missing weight entries were logged directly in the Zero app:
- Open the Google Fit app and confirm that your weight logs are there.
- If they are, please follow the disconnect steps described above.
- Return to Zero, and if you do not receive a prompt in Zero to 'Sync with Fit', please tap the 'Log Weight' button, then tap the Connect with Google Fit link.
Still have questions about the new stats and graphs? We're here to help! Reach out to us anytime at email@example.com.