Log Food on Fitbit on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Sid Bedekar, Eng, Anonymous
You are watching VisiHow. In this video, I am going to show you how you can log food on the Fitbit application on an iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock the phone by pressing the lock button on the side or the home button at the bottom to bring up the lock screen.
Swipe right to enter the passcode or we can use the fingerprint scanner to unlock the phone.
Find the Fitbit icon which is this one right here and tap once to open up the application.
The application should automatically take us to our dashboard which shows the information for today.
We should already be signed in for this but if you are not, feel free to refer to our other video where we talk you through exactly how to do that.
Go to the plus sign in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
If we have already added foods, we can go to "FREQUENT", "RECENT", or "CUSTOM" food tabs and log them into the application but we haven't added any foods.
When we do add some foods, they should show up in these tabs.
Since we haven't actually added anything, we will press the search bar at the top.
We can search for whatever food we have eaten here.
The search will give suggestions while we type. We are going to pick "Banana" in this case".
Then we have the option to write more information so we can tap on the serving size to edit it.
For example, maybe we didn't just have a medium banana, we had a slice or a cup or mashed bananas, et cetera.
We can also change the fractions here.
For example, if we had two and a half, two and a quarter and so on.
We can also change the whole number value of the bananas or whatever food we are eating.
Then we can select when we ate it.
Options include "Breakfast", "Lunch", "Dinner". The selected one is the one with the dark square around it.
If it is a snack, we can also change whether we had it in the "Morning", "Afternoon", or "Evening".
So we can say it was for "Breakfast" or just a "Morning" snack.
We can also change the date if it wasn't today.
For example, we might have eaten it yesterday or some previous date last week. We are going to leave our on "Today" which is the default setting.
Then we have the option to "Save and add more" at the bottom.
We also have the option to just "Save" in the top right-hand corner.
Now we can see that it has edited our Calories for today.
We can tap it to view more information. We are back to where we started.
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Video: Log Food on Fitbit on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Sid Bedekar, Freya