Connect your Apple Watch to RISE.
As long as you're on watchOS7 or above you have everything you need for the most accurate sleep data with RISE. You just need to enable sleep tracking on your Apple Watch. Then, wear your Apple Watch to sleep, RISE will gather the sleep data from it each morning via Apple Health. When you don’t wear your Apple Watch to bed you’re still covered with automatic phone motion-based sleep detection.
Sleep tracking with Apple Watch
Apple Watch has its own native sleep app called "Sleep". There is also a Sleep section within the Health app on your iPhone that allows you to view and manage your sleep data.
Instructions to setup sleep tracking:
Open the Sleep app (icon below) on your Apple Watch
Follow the onscreen instructions on your Apple Watch.
Make sure your watch is charged and wear it to bed.
If you're having issues getting sleep tracking setup, here's more information from Apple: https://support.apple.com/guide/watch/sleep-apd830528336/watchos
Fix connection issues with Apple Watch
Ensure the "Sleep" app has been setup to allow sleep tracking on Apple Watch
Open the "Sleep" app on your Apple Watch to force it to send the latest data to Apple Health on your iPhone.
Force close RISE and reopen
Check the priority order of Sleep data sources in Apple Health. Drag Apple Watch to the top of the list.
Still having issues?
Use the in-app app chat in your profile or email us at email@example.com. Adding a screenshot of what you're seeing for sleep times in the Apple Health app and in the Rise Progress tab will help us dig in faster.