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Welcome to our new website!

This new website combines all our old individual program websites under the one roof.

All the existing website links (and e-mail addresses), will continue to work, but they will be automatically redirected through to the appropriate page on the new website. For example, if you click on the old My Blood Pressure homepage link, or the download page link, you will end up back on this website. The same goes for any of our other old 750 or so webpage links!

When we started, our only program was My Blood Pressure. Our second program was My Peak Flow. As these two programs were mostly unrelated, we decided to have separate websites for them. Last year we released the six new programs, and it just seemed easiest to stick with the same “one website per program” pattern.

However, a few months ago we decided to modernize our websites, and combine them all into one. We discovered it was just too much work trying to maintain eight websites.

One of the main things we wanted was to have comments on our news items/blog posts. If you look below, you will see that you can now leave comments! Please don’t be shy :-D

Apologies for the lack of news being delivered into the programs over the past two weeks. The work involved in switching over from the old system to the new system took a bit of time, and meant that we could not send out news. We had over 750 webpages on the old websites, and importing all those pages into the new website, along with fixing up all the old links, took time.

Now that we are “back on the air”, we still have a lot of work to do on the new website, but from now on, if you click on a news item link in one of our programs, you will end up on this website instead of the old websites.

If you run into any problems, or have any suggestions, as always please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Thanks!

Steve and Kellie

Our old, now retired, websites:

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13 Responses to “New website launched”

  1. KellieMyHS says:

    The website looks great! I love the new look. There are bound to be some teething problems so bear with us everyone. :) Thanks!

  2. Ray says:

    Steve And Kellie, Your new website looks great. I always look forward to the news and I have been missing it. Good to see all is well. Ray.

  3. KHogen says:

    Congratulations! Looks great! :)

  4. Paul Jones says:

    Yeah looks really nice, congrats on the new design and look.

  5. Helen says:

    Well done on the new website
    I enjoy reading the news items

  6. KellieMyHS says:

    Thank you Ray, KHogen, Paul and Helen! It has been fun creating the new website and Steve and I are thrilled with how it looks. Glad you like it too! :)
    Thanks for you kind words!

  7. Alan says:

    Very impressed with the Layout, it does look good. Please keep the News Items coming

  8. Aldo says:

    One central HQ for all the pgms..Great!
    Now i wait for Steve to build a master program to tie all the his programs into one. One ring to control them all! WOW!
    Keep up the good work guys!

    • Steve says:

      Hi Aldo,

      Thanks for the kind words!

      > Now i wait for Steve to build a master program
      > to tie all the his programs into one

      It is on the to-do list!

      Thanks! Steve

  9. vj says:

    Hi,

    I’m currently evaluating the software. I was actually thinking of writing a similar program for my own use, but now it looks like I won’t have to.

    I too would like to see some more integration – in my case, I’m also losing weight so it would be nice to be able to track that and see the weight charts side by side with the BP charts.

    Also, something I would’ve included would be some kind of journal entries for imprecise things like how I’m feeling or how active I’ve been, etc.

    Finally, I wonder it if there is a way to export the data? I don’t know if I’ll ever need to do it, but it’s something I like to see in a program I’m considering purchasing.

    • Steve says:

      Hi VJ,

      > I’m also losing weight so it would be
      > nice to be able to track that and see
      > the weight charts side by side with
      > the BP charts.

      You can create a chart that does this if you also install our “My Weight Software” program.

      If you have installed two or more of our programs on the same computer, you can create “Custom charts” that combine the plots from multiple programs/users.

      For more information, click on the “View charts” task, then click on the “Custom” Tab, then click on the “What are custom charts?” link.

      > Also, something I would’ve included
      > would be some kind of journal
      > entries for imprecise things like
      > how I’m feeling or how active I’ve
      > been, etc.

      Thanks for the suggestion!, I like this idea. While not exactly what you are looking for, the “Category” system does let you record additional information along with a reading. To read more about the category system, click on the “Study readings” task, then click on the “Category” tab, and then click on the “What are categories?” link.

      > Finally, I wonder it if there is a
      > way to export the data?

      As you noted, the data is stored in XML files.

      Additionally, you can export your readings to a CSV text file. To do this, click on the “View readings” task, then click on the “Print readings…” task. This will open the “Print and Save Wizard”. On the first page of the wizard, select the “Save the readings as a text file” option.

      Basically, wherever there is an option to print something from the program, you are also given the option to save it as a text file or picture file etc.

      Hope this helps!
      Steve

  10. vj says:

    Oh – I do see an XML file in the “My BP” directory under “My Documents”. Looks like the data is in there.

  11. vj says:

    Steve,

    Yes, I saw the categories and they are a big selling point for me. I’m definitely going to buy My Bp and will check out the weight software as well.

    Thanks

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News "home delivered"

Note: These news headlines are now automatically displayed on the home page of the My Health Software applications for Windows.

The news is updated regularly, and you can click through to these items to read more.


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