History App Overview

Follow this guide for an introduction to the historical data captured in the Owlet app. Learn how to access the History section and how to interpret the different graphs found there.

Whether you have a smart sock 2 or 3, the same information is being tracked: sleep patterns, oxygen saturation, and heart rate. Information is stored for 30 days. To view this data:

  • Launch the Owlet app
  • Select History
  • Navigate between the 3 sections:
      • Overview: List view of daily stats such as total amount of sleep, average oxygen level, and average heart rate level
      • Graphs: Chart view of the sleep, oxygen, and heart rate data throughout the day
      • Notifications: List view of the 5 most recent smart sock notifications
      • *Red notifications are the only exception with indefinite storage

By default, you are viewing the current day. Easily navigate to any other day in the last 30 days using the calendar icon in the upper-left corner or the arrows next to today’s date.

This application is not intended to replace, modify, or supplement any prescribed medical device; and its services are not intended to be a substitute for obtaining medical advice or treatment from a physician or other health care provider.

 

Graphs explained

Sleep, oxygen, and heart rate data can be viewed up to 30 days in the past via weekly, daily, and hourly summaries. The same information is also charted in the Graphs section using 10-minute averages.

Click the header of any of the graphs to see more detailed chart information or the question mark icon to view a legend for the associated graph.

This graph shows a breakdown of your child’s sleep totals. Orange indicates periods of being awake, light purple indicates light sleep, and dark purple indicates deep sleep. This information can be a useful tool to help parents create bedtime routines and develop healthy sleep habits.

1.  Sleep patterns graph

This graph indicates average oxygen saturation as a percentage. Easily identify saturation levels using the color spectrum indicator to the right of the line graph. Anything below 80% triggers a red alert, sounding the alarm.

2.  Oxygen graph

This graph indicates average heart rate in beats per minute (bpm). Easily identify heart rate using the color spectrum indicator to the right of the line graph. Anything below 60 bpm or above 220 bpm triggers a red alert, sounding the alarm.

3.  Heart rate graph

Data updates every 10 minutes for the smart sock 3 and every 30 minutes for the smart sock 2.

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