@fejker I must agree. Sleep tracking on Suunto 9 is not very accurate. I used to analyse my sleep with a Fitbit charge 3 and that one was spot on. Unfortunately from my experience with Suunto 9 I can say that it is not much reliable in detecting sleep ( awake time but not only).
I did an indoor ride (but started it as cycling).
I synced with Suunto app (and then change type to indoor, but issue was also before) and the only graph I see is HR even if the activity has power and cadence as well (and temperature).
I had the same problem with a pool swimming: just the HR zone but not chart for speed.
Looks like a generic problem: if there is no GPS (thus map to correlate the chart to) the analysis area is not displayed.
@Pattadon said in Errors in calculating calories and sleep display on SA:
Cheer up! you guys have done well so far and I very enjoy using the watch and the app. This is just another tiny little bug to fix.
To the team, this is something I have to agree. Moving back between Movescount and SA, and I do think SA is superfun to use. The ability to see people’s exercises route is just brilliant!
@Brad_Olwin I agree that a larger phone screen with higher resolution would make it easier. I also agree that is is still possible to plan a route even on a small phone screen, but that would involve a fair bit of zooming in and out for longer routes. I am still bothered though that there is no elevation profile when editing a route in SA. My phone is intentionally small (5" screen) because I take it with me when running. I don’t have a tablet but I have a couple of Mac laptops and a Windows desktop.