Samsung Health has become one of the most comprehensive wellness apps in the world, with everything from counting your steps, tracking your diet, and diagnosing your symptoms , However, since the app has so much to offer, it can be easy to overlook some smaller but useful features.
With advanced tools like heart rate and oxygen saturation monitors that are attracting everyone's attention, a number of minor features found in Samsung Health have been disguised. But do not be fooled, as many of these supposedly smaller features are way above their weight and can significantly improve the app overall.
: Tweak Your Active Time Target  Samsung Health's "Active Time" tracker monitors your physical activity throughout the day and is pre-set for a specific period of time based on your profile information. This default setting may not exactly reflect your fitness needs, and if that turns out to be the case, you can easily change your overall activity time goals, regardless of your profile.
Open Samsung to change your active time targets Health and touch the Active Time tile at the top of the page. From there, press the three-dot menu button in the upper right corner of the screen, followed by "Set Destination". Then use the number pad to swipe left or right until you reach the desired minutes.
Tip # 2: Optimize Your Pedometer Target
Similar to Active Time above, the pedometer goal is Samsung optimized fitness profile for you. If you find the target too light or too heavy, you can change it by tapping the "Step Count" tile in the app. From there, press the Menu key followed by "Set Destination," and then swipe either left or right of the number bar to increase or decrease your pedometer goal.