From Mike M on 2015/01/18 14:19:14 +0000

I sleep days during the week. Time on charts do not adjust to daytime sleep. Afternoons are split up and are hard to track in charts. To make matters worse I sleep nights on weekends and on vacation. Advice for improving sleep quality and length do not stay consistent for duration or best deep sleep bedtime. Deep sleep percentage is between 40 - 60 percent no matter how long i sleep.

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From N on 2015/09/03 09:05:29 +0000

I think you are talking about the bar graphs "splitting" your sleep settings. In misc settings you can set your day to start later (mine starts at noon). I am also a daysleeper.

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/02/16 11:29:36 +0000

Hello +Mike, if you like to filter based on your tags, you put the tag name in the search field - only graphs with that tag will be shown… In charts you can select a specific tag and see only data relevant to that tag…

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From Mike M on 2015/02/15 11:53:50 +0000

I have tried editing labels to no avail. They do not show in list for sorting I.e. Workday, weekend, all, ect. They all run together. I am open to all suggestions. Thank you for your time. Mike

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/02/06 12:44:56 +0000

I don't understand, we should not be splitting any sleep track unless there an alarm or you finish tracking. Could you maybe send a debug report (alarmlist->menu->report a bug) or demonstrate this with screenshots? Thank you

From Glenn SJ Brockett on 2015/02/06 12:41:21 +0000

In my case, the software is dividing my sleep. I sleep from 5 am to 1 pm. No breaks, just split by the software.

From Glenn SJ Brockett on 2015/02/03 12:57:12 +0000

I would propose doing this mainly by allowing an option for setting a personal meridian, in my case i would use my departure time for my commute, as i sleep right after work daily. (At 5 am)

My tag selection is a huge mess at this point that I can’t really clean up. I wish I could compare multiple tags side-by-side.