Edit Settings in Fitbit on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how you can edit your settings in the Fitbit application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the lock button.
Alternatively, we can press the home button.
We enter our passcode or use the fingerprint scanner.
We need to find and tap the Fitbit icon once to open up the application.
Fitbit should automatically take us to the "Today" screen, where it is showing us the information for the current day. The numbers may vary for different users. Generally, the screen has the same options at the left-hand side as the ones in the video. The screen selection is indicated by the "Dashboard" icon in the bottom-left corner.
The application may ask us to sign in.
There is another VisiHow video on how to sign into Fitbit.
We tap "Account" in the bar in the bottom-right corner.
Tapping the icon will open up our account settings.
We can simply scroll down to "SETTINGS".
We tap "Exercise Tracking" to edit it first.
We can edit whether or not there will be "VOICE CUES" by tapping "Play During Exercise".
We tap the toggle to disable or enable "Play During Exercise".
When the toggle is green, it means that the option is enabled.
We can tap "Cues" to specify when we want the cues to happen.
We can tap an option to move the check at the right-hand side.
We have to have at least one option selected. The three options at the top are default options. We are going to keep them checked in this video.
We tap "Back".
Fitbit will save our updates.
We can tap "Frequency" to select our frequency as well.
We can select frequency either by distance or by time.
We can tap the options, and the check at the right-hand side will go to whichever one we select.
We can tap "Volume" to change volume as well.
This is relative to our audio if we are listening to the music at the same time. "Medium" is the default setting.
We can tap and change the volume to "Low" or "High" too, depending on our preferences.
Let's keep it at "Medium".
We tap "Advanced" to go back.
We can tap "Advanced Settings" to change them as well.
We can edit our time zone detection by tapping "Set Automatically" to disable it.
If we disable "Set Automatically", we can choose a time zone.
We can tap "Time Zone" then.
We can tap "Set Automatically" to enable it.
We cannot select "Time Zone" now.
We select whether we want them to be "Centimeters, Kilometers".
This is the default option.
We can tap "Feet, Miles".
The check will move.
We are going to leave ours at the default setting.
We can change "WEIGHT" depending on our preferences.
The default setting is "Stones" in this video.
We can tap "Pounds" or "Kilograms" as well.
We are going to use "Stones".
Then, we can select water in "Ounces" or "Milliliters".
As we select a setting, the check will move at the right-hand side.
We don't need to press "Save".
We just tap "Advanced" to come back.
Then, we can tap "Start Week On".
We select which day starts weeks by tapping "Sunday" or "Monday".
Let's keep it on "Monday". The option will be saved.
We tap "Country" to select our country.
We can tap "Automatically" to disable automatic country selection and select from the list of countries.
The list is in the alphabetical order.
If we enable "Automatically" in this video, we see "United Kingdom, right?"
If the country is detected wrongly, then we tap the toggle to select our country.
We tap "Advanced" to come back.
We tap "Food Database" to choose the location for the database.
For example, maybe our country is Spain, but our food database is Canadian.
We can just tap countries to select the database.
For example, if we tap "United Kingdom", Fitbit will specify food that is common in the United Kingdom. We are going to leave our selection at "United Kingdom" with the check at the right-hand side.
We tap "Sharing".
The sharing option is there if we want to connect any social media accounts to Fitbit. It will become connected to our social media.
We don't need to press "Save".
We just tap "Advanced" to come back to the "Account" screen. We have the "Help" option there as well.
We tap "Dashboard" in the bottom-left corner.
We'll be taken to the screen where we began with all of our new settings saved.
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Video: Edit Settings in Fitbit on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Freya