My endo uses Diasend. I don't like to print out or look at it. I still log my numbers, I've been doing that since I took over my control at age 9. I have a spread sheet with columns for the date, time, Dexcom (when I use it) T:Slim CGM, Next meter and insulin amount, and notes. The notes can be from what I've eaten, if I'm sick, to a site change, new sensor, bad sensor, bad site, anything. I like doing this even though the pump does contain all the information. I do it because the Dexcom and CGM on my pump can be up to 80+/-% off from my meter. My endo knows this, as does my husband yet both of them want me to wear it. So to keep peace I wear it. I think it's a waste of time and money because I'm testing just as much when I wear the CGM as without. And I can tell when I'm low or high, except for when I'm sleeping.
Juvenile Onset Diabetic since September 17, 1965
Pumping with T:slim G4 beginning November 2015