My doc could care less. She only wants to know the here and now. It is a personal like of the doctors. The reason I use the app is to have my own personal journey so that if I have a rare symptom I can look back to when it started and how offterdn it has happened. I don't share with my doc. Too much of a headache with her.
My doctor looks at the chart and some of my logs from my actual phone rather than printing it out. She's found the chart very useful in showing how the pain affects my mood and my mood affects my pain and how bad my fatigue is and my anxiety. It's too much hassle for me to try to work out how to print it off plus I can't afford to print it all off for the paper and the ink
I love pain scales. They're very helpful in my opinion. Every doctors visit, they ask me "what's your pain like today?" And I give them a number, so they keep track of it that way, but my doc will also take the few minutes to look at my pain scale apps (the ones with charts and graphs are always best as they're easy to see and correlations or cycles). I also use this pain scale for reference (https://lane.stanford.edu/portals/cvicu/HCP_Neuro_Tab_4/0-10_Pain_Scale.pdf) and I have this app we use. I hope that helps!!
I have a really great doctor right now that actually cares. I feel like I won the doctor lottery (here and the last place I lived, they pretty much assign you a family doctor). Anyway, he wanted me to keep a pain diary so I started using catch my pain. He likes the way it graphs the pain, fatigue, and anxiety. In fact, it was because of the graph showing so much fatigue that he added a new medication at my last appointment. He asked for the link to look at the diary online. I haven't seen him since I sent the link so I will ask him at the next appointment. I can relate to you having a doctor that doesn't have "the time" to look at even the graphs because I have experienced myself.