Under consideration


Mindful sessions from Apple Health

AKA meditation minutes or mindful minutes

87 votes

Tagged as Mobile

Created 11 October 2016 by Belle B. Cooper

Moved into Under consideration 05 November 2016

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    Chris Peltz

    Can't wait for this feature! Thanks for working on it.

    26 October 2016
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    Stuart Murray

    Given the increasing focus on mental health, this should be a priority.

    28 February
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    Scott Lafferty

    Would something similar be possible from Google Fit, or Fitbit?

    03 March
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    Belle B. Cooper

    Scott, you can vote for meditation time from Google Fit here: https://changemap.co/hellocode/exist/...

    And meditation time from Fitbit here: https://changemap.co/hellocode/exist/...

    07 March
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    Ed F

    this is going to be major for me keeping a subscription. Mindfulness is probably a major influencer of mood along with exercise. If I can't monitor this my reason for keeping going with exist is pretty low.

    08 May
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    Alexandre Jesus

    This would be a good thing - because I would like to know how my meditation practice is changing my mood and my productivity

    06 July
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    Josh Sharp

    If you're looking to just track days you meditated rather than length, this is another that will be covered by tracking "meditation" as a tag in custom tracking.

    06 July
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    Chris M.

    Understanding the impact of meditation on all the other things I am tracking would be a wonderfully valuable feature!

    07 July
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    Ben Chinn

    I'm with Ed F on this one: really want to be able to correlate mindfulness practice with mood in a more reliable, automated way.

    06 August
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    Anthony Gauna

    I tried Exist a while back and left. But after the implementation of tags, I think I'll be sticking around. However, I would love this implementation so that I can also track the length of my meditation instead of just using a tag.