Along with the ability to measure the earpieces’ volume in real time and automatically reduce loud earpiece volume, sleep monitoring is my favorite health-focused feature coming in iOS 14. My needs came across all recorded sleep data. While I am satisfied with the accuracy of the data, I wanted to remove the old data so that the health app is not messy. And if you’ve started using the built-in sleep tracking feature to improve your sleep, I’m guessing most of you will be on the same page. Let me show you how to delete sleep tracking data in iOS 14 on iPhone at once.
Delete Specific or All Sleep Tracking Data on iPhone
While the process of clearing out-of-date sleep data is pretty straightforward, it takes a bit of digging into the Health app. This is probably why most of you haven’t discovered it.
The Health app allows you to delete specific sleep tracking data or remove all recordings at once for better management of sleep tracking data. So, depending on your needs, you can choose the preferred option to keep the stock health app organized.
- start health app on your iPhone.
2. Tap now. Browse tab in the lower right corner of the screen.
3. Next, Sleep choice.
4. Next, scroll all the way down and tap on it. Show All Data.
5. On this screen, you should see a long list of all recorded sleep data. tap on edit button in the upper right corner of the screen.
Remove Certain Sleep Tracking Data
If you want to get rid of certain data, press the button. red button to the left of the recorded data and then To delete to approve.
Erase All Sleep Monitoring Data at Once
If you want to clear all sleep tracking data at once, tap on it. Delete everything Press the button in the upper left corner of the screen and confirm.
That is all!
Easily Manage Your Sleep Monitoring Data
This is how you can take control of sleep tracking data in the Health app. If you don’t want the stock health app to be messy or just want to start a new tracking of your sleep, use the above tutorial to clear sleep tracking data.
While talking about iOS 14, I would like to draw your attention to some great posts such as the best third-party home screen widgets, tips for using custom app icons, and getting the most out of home screen widgets. If you haven’t been able to catch up with these iOS 14 guides, check them out.