Check if I'm awake!

From Anonymous on 2015/12/21 15:51:10 +0000

10 minutes after you alarm goes off and you dismiss it a notification shows up (vibrates) in saying “are you awake?” In case of falling to tap on the notification the alarm turns back on and tries to wake you up again cause it knows that you have falling back to sleep.

Copied from original feature request: http://urbandroid.uservoice.com/forums/264867-sleep-as-android/suggestions/11163165-check-if-i-m-awake

From Gideon on 2017/12/27 08:29:05 +0000

The time in which the notification shows up to to confirm whether or not you are awake should be random. But it should have a maximum of at most 10 minute, minimum of at least 2 minutes

From Please on 2017/09/12 13:59:53 +0000

Any ETA for that?

From Melissa Baatz on 2016/12/22 11:42:27 +0000

This would be great if it worked with sleep for Android on android wear watches

From Andy Fish on 2016/05/22 10:38:19 +0000

Using the motion sensor/mic could possibly do this and auto trim the start movements.
Just a thought, but I think a vibration or even a notification light would keep me awake. A number of settings to cater for all would be needed.

From Wynelle Ulrich on 2016/03/13 19:19:54 +0000

The ability to edit wake-up time to actual 'feet-on-the-floor' time would be awesome. I often complete the math, then go back to sleep. Then I have to manually add additional sleep with the required 2 minute gap. It's frustrating. I will post as a separate suggestion, but it seems related to this one.

From Doug on 2016/02/24 08:36:26 +0000

Would be very useful for me

From Adam Margeson on 2016/01/14 14:32:25 +0000

Isn't that what the snooze button is for?

From Anonymous on 2016/01/03 22:32:29 +0000

Will, thank you sir.

I would really like to have this feature, it was super helpful before.

Hello @Sajjad_Heydari we will look into this, can you please send us more details on how exactly you imagine the feature?

Getting a silent notification a few minutes (configurable preferably) after the alarm is dismissed. If the user doesn’t confirm they are awake, another alarm should go off after 30 seconds.

I used to rely heavily on this feature before. It was super helpful, especially with the smart wake-up feature. Now, to replicate it, I set up two different alarms and cancel the other one myself, but that’s not as flexible as I would like.