The two most commonly used features are the Magnifying Glass, used to search for entries (mySugr Pro), and the Plus Sign, used to make a new entry.


Next up is the glucose Graph. Here you’ll see a visual representation of your blood glucose. There are indicators for carbs and mealtime insulin along the bottom of the graph. You can hide the graph by moving it up. Pro Tip: Scroll the graph down and you can switch between the more structured overview and the Lifestream view.


Under the graph you see tiles that contain:

  • blood glucose average (that day)
  • blood glucose deviation (that day)
  • number of hypers and hypos (that day)
  • Insulin ratio (that day)
  • bolus or mealtime insulin taken (that day)
  • amount of carbohydrates eaten (that day)
  • duration of activity (that day)
  • pills (that day)
  • weight (that day)
  • blood pressure (that day)