Sometimes when I'm on a stretch of "better" days - when I'm taking treatments as planned and symptoms are being managed well - I don't feel the need to log in and track my day in Folia. It's an unremarkable day!

However, it's actually important to keep track of those normal days, since they hold important clues to what's working.

With Batch Track, you can go back to last week and fill in the gaps...but you only have to answer the questions once!

iOS

  • Open the Calendar: Tap on the calendar icon on the bottom menu to visualize your tracking history and identify the gaps.
  • Select Your Date Range: Tap on a range of blank dates that you want to track together (shown with purple dots).
  • Tap on "next" button and pick the type of tracking.

Type of tracking

  • Batch Track answers your regular daily questions for the whole date range.
  • Add Note allows you to track notes such as “in the hospital” across multiple days.
  • Track Something Else allows you to track a one-time symptom, behavior, treatment, or measurement, or to record a question for your next clinic visit. 

Voila!

You'll be given the chance to confirm the tracking for the Date Range. And then you'll be able to visualize the Batch Track days, indicated in light green to distinguish from the dark green days that were individually tracked.

Android

Open the Calendar: Go to https://my.foliahealth.com/calendar on the web browser to visualize your tracking history and identify the gaps.

  • Select Your Date Range: Tap on a range of blank dates that you want to track together (shown with purple dots).
  • Tap on "next" button and pick the type of tracking.

Type of tracking

  • Batch Track answers your regular daily questions for the whole date range.
  • Add Note allows you to track notes such as “in the hospital” across multiple days.
  • Track Something Else allows you to track a one-time symptom, behavior, treatment, or measurement, or to record a question for your next clinic visit.

Voila!

You'll be given the chance to confirm the tracking for the Date Range. And then you'll be able to visualize the Batch Track days, indicated in light green to distinguish from the dark green days that were individually tracked.

This is what Batch Track looks like on the web browser:

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