The ReadiWatch Clock Face is one of the best ways to use Readi to receive Fatigue Alerts and monitor your current and upcoming fatigue levels — right on your wrist.

For authorized Readi users, the ReadiWatch Clock Face is now available on a wide range of Fitbit devices, including: Versa 2, Versa Lite, Versa 3, Sense, and Ionic.

To install the ReadiWatch Clock Face on your Fitbit, follow these instructions:

First, ensure your Readi account is properly set up:

  • Ensure you have the latest version of ReadiOne on your phone (formerly "Readi"). Get it here from the iOS App Store or Google Play.

  • You need a ReadiOne account password to complete the Fitbit setup process. Depending on your previous sign-in method, you may not already have one.

  • To check if you have a ReadiOne password, open ReadiOne. Then tap More > Settings > Password. If you don't have one, create one now.

Then, open the Fitbit App on your phone:

  • Tap the User Account icon in the upper left.

  • Tap the row with your device (e.g. "Versa 2").

  • Tap Clock Faces.

  • Tap All Clocks at the top.

  • Tap the Search button and search for ReadiWatch.

  • Tap ReadiWatch when it appears, then tap Select.

  • Installation may take ~30 seconds.

  • When it is finished installing, the Select button will change to Selected.

  • Tap Settings.

  • Tap Sign in.

  • Enter your Readi account email address or username.

  • Enter your Readi account password.

  • Tap Authorize when prompted.

  • If successful, you'll see Connected below the word Readi on your screen.

  • Setup is now complete!

If you need further help with setup, contact help@fatiguescience.com or go to the help menu in More > Help in ReadiOne to contact us.


Reading Your ReadiWatch Clock Face

  • Your ReadiWatch Clock Face shows you your current ReadiScore, as well a Fatigue Countdown and a Fatigue Alert Indicator.

  • Your Fatigue Countdown shows you how much time you have until you reach the next rung of ReadiScore, starting at 80 (elevated fatigue) and going down from there (e.g. time to 70, time to 60, etc.)

  • Your Fatigue Alert Indicator reveals whether Fatigue Alerts are enabled and the time of your next Fatigue Alert, if one is upcoming.


Understanding and Managing Fatigue Alerts

  • ReadiWatch will notify you with Fatigue Alerts at certain intervals according to your projected fatigue levels, as indicated by your ReadiScores.

  • Fatigue Alerts will vibrate in a distinct short pattern on your wrist, and the screen will show an alert like the one above.

During work hours, Fatigue Alerts will be provided when:

  • You reach a ReadiScore of 80 or below, in units of ten (e.g. 80, 70, 60, etc.)

  • You are within 1 hour of reaching a ReadiScore of 70 or below, in units of ten.

Fatigue Alerts will not be provided outside of work hours.

  • Work hours are configured by your Readi program. For more information on work hour configurations, speak to your program manager.

To tell if you have Fatigue Alerts ahead, look at the Fatigue Alerts Indicator:

To manually disable Fatigue Alerts for a period of time:

  • Open ReadiOne.

  • Tap the Fatigue Alerts icon in the top right corner.

  • Follow the instructions on the page.

We hope you enjoy the ReadiWatch Clock Face on your Fitbit!

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