- To add an eyedrop to your schedule, click on the + button.
- Scroll down to find your drop or use the search box. Your phone needs to be connected to the internet to access the eyedrop database. If you don't have internet access or can't find your drop, click on the + button and manually enter it. You need an internet connection to change the bottle cap's color.
- Select your drop and then make changes using the touchscreen. The cap color and drop name can be edited. Edit a specific alarm time by clicking on the > symbol. Click the green 'Add' button when done.
- Use the My Drops screen to edit or delete an eyedrop. Simply click anywhere on the drop you want to change.
- Use the Schedule screen to view your upcoming drops. The boxes will be automatically checked off if you click "Ok" in the alert. If needed, you can check or uncheck a box using the touchscreen.
- Use your phone's notification center to see your alerts. Swipe down from the top of your screen to open the Notification Center. Touch the EyeDropAlarm alert and then select "Ok" or "Snooze" in the app. Another option is to slide down on the alert and then select "Ok" or "Snooze" within the alert.
- Select "Ok" or "Snooze" within a few minutes after the alert arrives. This will enable the app to send each alert at the scheduled time. If alerts are ignored, most Android phones will delay or combine the next alerts.
- If you administer an eyedrop before the scheduled time, use the touchscreen to check off the box for that drop. This will cancel the future alert.
- Use the app's Settings screen to make changes to the alarm sound, snooze duration, and gap between drops scheduled for the same time. You can also see instructions on how to put in drops.
- On most phones, the volume of the app's sound alerts is controlled by the ringtone volume. If you are having trouble hearing the sound alerts, try adjusting the notification sound volume.
- If your phone is not receiving alerts from EyeDropAlarm, it is probably due to a third-party notifications manager app or cleaning app installed on your phone. Examples of these types of apps include Recurrent Notification Manager, Notifications Off, Clean Master, 360 Security, and Fast Booster. The simplest solution is to uninstall the third-party app. Then, restart your phone and check settings to confirm notifications are turned on for EyeDropAlarm (Settings > General > Apps & Notifications > Notifications > Apps).
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