No medication tracking app is currently possible, unfortunately. You can currently use custom tags to track medications taken per day, but we don’t support tracking amounts.
There is also https://pillsy.com/ although it is preorder atm.
Timer + Alarm would be great, although IMO that functionality might not really be in scope of Exist. I wouldn’t complain if it were included, but as far as Exist is concerned, it seems like the important part would be tracking (a) when and how often you’re supposed to take each medication, and (b) when and how often you actually took each medication, to allow some different kinds of useful correlations between mood, activity, etc.
In the meantime this could be manually tracked using this: https://exist.io/blog/introducing-custom-tracking/
Matthew, you’re probably looking for this suggestion: https://changemap.co/hellocode/exist/task/1514-calm/
http://www.logsit.com/ can be used for medication tracking too
Mobile app that I use which has a lot of tracking abilities: https://insighttimer.com/
I would use this feature to track daily supplements like vitamins and have a reminder to take them. I would like the ability to add as many as I want, with the option to split the time of day. For example - antibiotics are sometimes 2x a day - vitamins are sometimes 3x a day. I would like the ability to set what i need to take, at what interval (1x/day , 3x/day) , for how long (set period .e.g 2 weeks or 14 days course - or ongoing, like vitamins) , and a reminder as well.
There is an official way to add new suggestions to our roadmap, but since people keep mentioning Round here, I’ve added one for it to make it official. It’s not possible to integrate, and I’m not sure it’s even in active development based on their blog and twitter account.
It looks like there is a Pillsy web API, but it may not be fully public. Information here: https://www.pillsy.com/web-based-api
This would be very cool, I personally use round but would be willing to switch for integration here. Seems like if you’re someone who takes medication the correlations there would be insanely helpful to know. Things like heart rate or mood vs days/quantity taken is more important and stronger than any other correlations for me on exist right now.