This page will help you master the check-in process on 360. Little tips can make a big difference.

1. Subjective Check-In

It will explain how to use the subjective check-in process to develop insight about lifestyle and factors impacting your health and performance.

2. Objective Check-In

It will explain how to get the most from your objective check-in using 360 with the Polar sensor to ensure clinical-grade accuracy and autonomic balance scores.

3. Tags & Journal

It will explain how to use various tags in the Lifestyle Journal to surface the hidden impact of lifestyle trends on your overall well-being.

Subjective Check-In

The first part of the check-in process on 360 is your subjective check-in. It’s an opportunity to take a minute and think about how you are feeling that day and briefly reflect on factors that might impact your physiological wellbeing, as measured by 360 via autonomic balance.

You’ll see five lifestyle variables in the subjective check-in – sleep, energy, diet, exercise, and happiness. Our recommendation is that you reflect on the last 24 hours when scoring yourself from 1-4 in these lifestyle variables.

By using the last 24 hours as your context for scoring, you can begin to match up subjective wellness and objective wellness over time and see for yourself correlations between how you feel you are doing (subjective) with how you are physiologically doing (objective).

Of course, behind the scenes, our AI-driven engine will be learning from your trends to provide insights that can help you plan your day and look after your health and wellness.

Objective Check-In

We spent three years testing 360 to ensure your objective reading met clinical-grade standards. It is 99% accurate compared to filtered ECG, giving you peace of mind that your scores and trends are valid and relevant.

To ensure pin-point accuracy in your data we recommend you follow these simple guidelines when performing your objective check-in using the Polar sensor.

1. Check-in within the first 10-15 minutes of waking up. This ensures you are comparing apples-to-apples day-to-day. We recommend you leave the sensor by the bed. That means you can keep it simple: wake up, go to the bathroom, wet the sensor, and begin your check-in. Easy.

2. Avoid noise, movement, and distractions during the objective reading as best you can. You don’t have to be rigid in the whole thing – just sit upright with your back supported, and enjoy a quiet 90-seconds of mindfulness.

3. If you ever struggle to connect the sensor to 360, first off make sure you are wearing it. Secondly, make sure the battery on the Polar sensor is good.  You can check the battery status of the Polar sensor using the Polar Beat app. You should get 300 hours of use from the Polar sensor, but occasionally a battery can need changing before that. Thirdly, and this is very rarely needed but good to know, swipe close other apps using Bluetooth to open up the connection between 360 and Polar.


Tags & Journal

Using tags is a brilliant way to learn from your lifestyle. You can add up to three different tags each day after doing your objective check-in. The AI engine driving 360 then utilises all your information – how you feeling (subjective check-in), how you are doing (objective check-in) and how you are living (tags and journal) – to give you personalised and proactive insight to help you.

We deliberately put a limit of ticking up to three tags per day. We want you to really think about factors in your daily life that might impact scores and prioritise the big tickets. We want you to test different wellness strategies over time and use tags to see what worked and what didn’t. We also want you to feel a sense of mastery and control in your health, and tags are a great way to raise self-awareness.

You can also use the Journal to add personal insight, workout notes, key moments, etc. 360 does not use Journal data as part of any algorithm. It is for you and you only. As with the rest of the app, your data is completely anonymised. Unlike consumer apps that ask for at least an email to log you in, we want to ensure there is no way that your health data can be attributed to your name or any identifiable information.

All of this means you can have peace of mind knowing that all data, trends, tags and journal notes are private, secure and identifiable by you and you only.

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