I’ve been thinking about this all day. I thought maybe I had misunderstood you because a difference in terms— I’ll stop myself from telling you right now which words I may have gotten confused— though it’s tempting to explain it all… Anyway, but then I realized we might actually be saying something different. When you say just a couple of taps to turn Basal-IQ off, you were referring to the actual setting, right? I thought maybe you were also referring to just resuming insulin. It sounds like that is a very easy way to handle it, but I did watch today, and I think I’m doing something a little different. If my Basal-IQ is active and all deliveries have been suspended, and I want to do a bolus for that 35 g of carbs in your example, I resume insulin and enter the bolus. At the next updated sensor reading, I’m suspended again. So it sounds like your method is cleaner in that you don’t miss even a minute of a suspend, but mine might be fine as well in that the only steps you need to take are to resume insulin and enter bolus. Am I understanding this right?
And I’ll just say that my screen was all stripes again after my run today. Boy, would it be nice to be able to look at something like that and realize I need a Basal cut… It’s not that I can’t figure it out based on the persistent lows, but to look at the screen and see all those suspends… it’s just a convincing visual presentation.