Diabetes

One Drop Feature: Scheduled Medication Reminders (VIDEO)

One Drop Diabetes Management - App Features (Scheduled Meds, Basal Rates)

Set Up Your Medication Reminders!

Now you can set up all of your Scheduled Meds to be automatically logged into One Drop -- no more manual entry! This is a great fit for any medication doses that you take every day, at around the same time, and in the same amount, including basal insulins (e.g., Lantus, Levemir, etc.) and oral meds (e.g., Januvia, Metformin, etc.). As an added bonus, you will receive reminders (push notifications, badges, and/or banners) to take your scheduled meds on time, every time.

Note: YOU MUST have push notifications enabled to receive reminders, so make sure to turn them on for One Drop!

 

VIDEO: How to set up Scheduled Meds

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I'm Off All Meds, I Don't Need This.

No meds? No problem. In fact, congrats to you! 👏 Great work. Whether you've never been on diabetes meds, or you've managed to get off all of the ones you were taking, that is a great feat! 💥 If you don't need our medication reminders feature, you can turn it off at any time. :)

However, we do suggest you keep all notifications turned on in your One Drop app. In case we have an app update, or need to deliver some important info to you, you'll be fully in the know.

 
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Rachel Sanchez-Madhur
Jan 20, 2016

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