I like the Diasend site too. It's great to be able to see the Dex G4, fingerstick meter, and pump data all merged into common reports. If you enter your meal boluses into the pump as carb boluses then then your daily carb totals are displayed along with all your other data. The only thing that's missing is exercise info.
I really like it. The reports are clean and comprehensive. And your endo or CDE can access your reports.
The big benefit that I find is that when I upload all my data to Diasend, I naturally try to influence my behavior to get better numbers. It's a little like a game, even though it's a game I'd never miss if the cure ever arrived!
I like Diasend.
It's mentioned earlier in the thread, but you can also work around this restriction by registering as an international user. I registered a couple days ago and put my location as UK, and I have no problem uploading and viewing my G4 data.
The one caveat is that apparently most of the world uses MMOL rather than mgdl to measure glucose levels (multiply by 18 to get an easy conversion).
If you're not willing to deal with that, try researching which other countries use mgdl before registering (I couldn't find it in 2 minutes, wasn't willing to waste more time on it).
EDIT: should've spent another 2 minutes -- here's a list of units used by different countries.
I had registered as an international user with one of those countries (can't remember which one) and it worked for a month. However, apparently that was a free trial and in order to keep viewing data (I use an Omnipod and a CGM) I have to have a license number (which is probably a clinif ID). Did you encounter this issue or did you have a clinic ID when you initially registered? My Endo hasn't even heard of Diasend, much less do they have a clinic ID....rural VA.
I found another work-around. It's a pain but it works for me. I registered as an international user (Germany) and can see both tabs. For me, I only am allowed to have the account activated for 30 days and then it get's closed because I need a license number which I do not have. I went through the trouble of opening a new account. I figured I'd just use a new email and download the data at the end of 30 days, so that I didn't lose it forever. To my surprise, even when I registered a new account with a new email address, there was my original data (from several months ago!). It didn't get lost! They must tag the data with the device number, so even though I was using a different account, my devices didn't change and I could see everything :) Still will have to get a new gmail account for Diasend every 30 days...but oh well...at least I can see my data...and on a Mac!