Below is an FAQ to help you successfully set up Sleep on Back notifications to your liking.
What are Sleeping On Back notifications?
The ability to receive notifications when you have slept on your back for 60 continuous minutes while wearing the Band.
Are the notifications automatically turned on?
No. You must turn them on to begin receiving notifications.
How do I turn on the notifications?
- Select your Owlet Band
- Notifications and toggle the feature to the on position.
Note: you must allow the notifications for the Owlet Pregnancy App in your phone’s Notifications Settings in order for the notifications to work. If you do not already have notifications enabled, you will see the following message:
What happens if I use the Focus features on my iPhone (Sleep or Do Not Disturb)?
If you use the Sleep or Do Not Disturb features on your device, you will need to allow the Owlet Pregnancy App to be excluded from this setting in order to provide sound with your notifications. This is how to update your Focus settings for Sleep:
When and how will I be notified if I am sleeping on my back?
When you have been sleeping on your back for a total of 60 continuous minutes, the notification will be triggered. You will not be notified if you sleep on your back for any time less than 60 minutes. Each subsequent 60 minutes will trigger another notification if you continue to sleep on your back.
If you have your sounds turned on (Silent Mode turned off, or Owlet Pregnancy app allowed during Focus time) you will receive a sound notification. Please be aware that if you have the Do Not Disturb or Sleep features on and you have not allowed the Owlet Pregnancy App to allow notifications, you will only receive the home screen notification but no sounds will be heard.
What does the Sleep on back notifications look like?
You will receive a notification on your phone that looks like this:
How do I turn off the notifications?
Account tab > My Owlet Devices > Notifications > toggle the notifications off