1. BWilson80's Avatar
    I thought there might be an issue with how calories were being calculated, but then I noticed something that the Microsoft Health app is not remembering the proper calorie burn count in the history in the app! This was observed by watching my band on 3 occasions since I got it hit a certain number, then midnight rolls over and the app shows WAY LESS OR WAY MORE calories than I burned.

    Examples:

    11/9/14 Band said 2161 calories burned at the stroke of midnight (sedentary day) App says 2042 calories burned!
    11/8/14 Band said 2325 calories burned at the stroke of midnight App says 2513 calories burned!
    11/7/14 Band said 2660 calories burned when I fell asleep around 10pm App says 2325 calories burned!
    11/6/14 Band and app match
    11/5/14 Band and app match
    11/4/14 Band and app match
    11/3/14 Band said over 2700 calories burned when I fell asleep around 11pm App says 570 calories burned!!!
    11/2/14 Band said 2672 calories burned at stroke of midnight App says 2789 calories burned!
    11/1/14 Band said over 2800 calories burned when I fell asleep around 11:30pm App says 2643 calories burned!!

    No pun intended, but when it comes to the history, it seems I'm getting burned!!
    11-10-2014 07:52 AM
  2. thericeman's Avatar
    I'm also having this problem, but it seems to be limited to the daily view. All my calories are reported on the following day, eg Friday calories show as Saturday. However, the weekly view bar graph is correct. I'm looking forward to an app update soon.
    11-10-2014 12:05 PM
  3. dbregman's Avatar
    Which platform are you using? I am not seeing this on Android.
    11-10-2014 01:09 PM
  4. jchybinski's Avatar
    I believe this is a known bug that's being worked on per the Band support site:

    Following the Daylight Saving Time change on 11/2, some Windows Phone customers may find that steps and calories tracked on their Microsoft Band are not reflected correctly in the Microsoft Health app historical views. The values accrued in one day may be reported in history as occurring in the previous day, or your weekly summary may not include the most recent day in totals. The Microsoft Health team is working to provide a solution as soon as possible.
    11-10-2014 01:20 PM

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