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I use Omnipod, Libre and Fitbit to manage my BG. Trying to find a way to organize all data in one diagram, maybe in excel, anyone who has tried this or is interested in helping me out?

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Living with type 1 diabetes since 2000.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ESP
Hola María, all depends on what you really want. An Excel file is great because you can personalize your data and info bit you need to be familiar with the software. It is too difficult to link those 3 devices/software in one diagram, it can be but manually, it needs a lot of time.

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1970. supporting a sibling with type 1 diabetes since 1960.
Albuquerque, NM
Look into a cool set of apps from Blip. Pulls data from all cgm, monitors, pumps, and produces cool and useful graphs. Works partly w desktop and also smart phone. Oh, and free. By T1Ds for us and our team of providers. They r beta testing.

supporting a spouse with type 1 diabetes since 2015.
Santa Maria, CA
Blip is amazing!! Will do exactly what your looking for...and it completely free

Living with type 1 diabetes since 1970. supporting a sibling with type 1 diabetes since 1960.
Albuquerque, NM
Glad to see another BLIP fan!

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2015.
Carrollton, TX
Omnipod created Glooko, I just signed up, can't wait to see all my data come together from Dexcom, Omnipod, and the Health app on iphone.

Living with type 1 diabetes.
Newark, NJ
Supposedly Glooko is becoming the standard for doctors offices. My insurance won't pay for insulin pump or CGM for me though. I'm using an app called MySugr. It can log from pumps and CGM and Bluetooth meters. It also automatically adds the iHealth data into the graph and reports. Reports can be emailed from the app too.

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