Feedback from Android beta testing

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Simon Site Administrator
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
559 posts

Dear beta testers,

Feel free to use this post to ask questions on the app, suggest new features and highlight any problems.

Happy testing!

Simon

novorapidboi26 DAFNE Graduate
NHS Lanarkshire
1,800 posts

Was I sent info on the app? Not got anything!......... Crying or Very sad

Simon Site Administrator
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
559 posts

Don't cry!

An email will be hitting your inbox soon ;)

novorapidboi26 DAFNE Graduate
NHS Lanarkshire
1,800 posts

Simon said:
Don't cry!

An email will be hitting your inbox soon ;)



Thank you boss......... Rolling Eyes

KeithCl DAFNE Graduate
St Columcille's, Dublin
43 posts

Just emailed the beta to the 10 people that Simon provided email addresses for; looking forward to the feedback, Keith

Geofftrez DAFNE Graduate
Hull and East Riding Diabetes Network
22 posts

Nice App. Particularly like the access to food group data and the compact feel of the app. Also like the offline use - internet access isn't always available.
Suggestions:-
Add a medication option for user named medications.
For the autocalc to work could do with expected exercise- light/medium/hard
Entries should have an edit or delete option
Autocalc - should be able to overtype.
Geoff

Geofftrez DAFNE Graduate
Hull and East Riding Diabetes Network
22 posts

Delete the edit or delete entries comment - just found it.
Very Happy

Geofftrez DAFNE Graduate
Hull and East Riding Diabetes Network
22 posts

Scratch the autocalc overtype comment as already can.
Shouldn't have been so hasty posting.
Laughing

Geofftrez DAFNE Graduate
Hull and East Riding Diabetes Network
22 posts

The autocalc doesn't seem to take account of corrections.

KeithCl DAFNE Graduate
St Columcille's, Dublin
43 posts

Geofftrez said:

Add a medication option for user named medications.
For the autocalc to work could do with expected exercise- light/medium/hard


The functionality is pretty much a copy of the iPhone app and both apps complement the diary capabilities on this site. So a medication feature would probably best be added to all 3.
The auto-calc is very simple; I had a brief exchange with Simon on this with the concern being that trying to make it fancier might leave people relying on it rather than doing their own thinking about the right QA dose to take.