Mental health logging on iPhone, first introduced with the iOS 17 update, is a feature designed to help users monitor and manage their emotional well-being. This tool is integrated into the Apple Health app, expanding its capabilities beyond physical health tracking.
Consuming an adequate quantity of water remains one of the easiest and most important ways to improve health. Thanks to the iPhone, there are many ways to help track daily water intake. These data can be added to Apple Health, providing an ongoing log of water consumed. Once Water is added to Favorites in the Health app, there are additional ways to make the process of logging a water drink more convenient.
Sometimes Apple Watch prompts to record a workout automatically. While this feature can be helpful, if the user forgets to end the workout it leads to misleading data saved to the Fitness app. Other times a workout might be extended after recording has stopped, which leads to the question of how to manually edit a workout entry.
Don't look to the Fitness app for editing workout length. Workouts can only be viewed in the Fitness app. The only way to have control over workout data is through the Health app on iPhone.
If you are into keeping track of your daily step count and you use your iPhone's Health app to monitor it, then you probably get a little annoyed when you walk a decent distance without your iPhone. Thankfully you can manually enter data into the Health app, so if you missed out on some steps you can just enter them yourself. Obviously you'll need to know the amount of steps you missed recording, or at least have a rough estimate. You could take the walk again with your iPhone to count the actual steps or just enter your best guess.