FAQs

What is a Beta?
A Beta is a controlled pre-release of a software with the purpose of gaining meaningful user feedback and working out kinks prior to a broad release.  Logos Health Beta users will have until Feb 28, 2019 to try the app and provide feedback.

How do I sign up for the Beta?
To be considered, fill out the contact information form at the bottom of the Home section.

What do I need for the Beta?
The recommended technology includes the Amazon Echo for voice entry and a smart phone (Android or Apple).  You will also need an Amazon account (also needed for Echo) for logging into Logos Health.

How will I get started with the Beta?
If selected, you will receive specific instruction via email.

What do you need from me?
Honest feedback.  The good, the bad, and the ugly.  What is useful, what is missing.  During the early stages of a software, this feedback is invaluable to solidifying future direction.

What about data privacy?
Protecting your data is the first priority of Logos Health.  Therefore, baseline security measures are in place even for the Beta..  That said, caution can be exercised by Beta users.  Faux/limited data can yield the desired feedback.

About Logos Health

What do I need to use Logos Health?
The recommended technology includes the Amazon Echo for voice entry and a smart phone (Android or Apple).  You will also need an Amazon account (also needed for Echo) for logging into Logos Health.

When will Logos Health be available?
We are targeting a Q2 2019 release date.

Where can I get help?
Easy to follow video user guides can be found here.

What about other technologies?
Voice devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri may be considered in future releases as markets dictate.

Isn't voice as a user interface just a gimmick?

On the contrary, Logos Health believes that voice is the easiest, most effective way to enter data when done well.  We are and will continue to strive to be on the cutting edge of leveraging voice technology.

Once available, you will see how voice recognition and phone calls through the Echo improve user identification and experience.

Quick list of commonly used commands

Items found on the Today Tab of the app can be entered directly from the main menu:

Examples: saying “I ate corn flakes for breakfast” will log corn flakes for just yourself

“we ran 3 miles today” will log exercise of 3 miles for each family member

“______ went to sleep” will log a sleep start time for the current time for the stated person

“______ woke up” will log a sleep stop time for the current time for the stated person

“I slept from 11 to 630” will log a sleep record for the previous night for you