If you've always wanted to check your Fitbit to see how many steps you've taken, but your hands were busy with rinse water, you should pair it with Amazon's Alexa. You can use the language wizard to share the data. We show you the steps to set up.
All you have to do is link your Fitbit to the Amazon Alexa app and "Alexa, ask my Fitbit …" and then one of the various Fitbit data options and your robot friend – your smart home Device – reads out the information.
To sync your Fitbit with Alexa and a.
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Adding a Fitbit to the Amazon Alexa App
2. Open your Amazon Alexa app.
3. Tap the three stacked lines in the upper right corner.
4. Tap Skills & Games, and then select the Your Skills tab (If you ask Alexa to connect to a device , it will be saved on the Your Skills tab so you can complete the setup).
5. Select Fitbit from the list and tap Settings .
6. Tap Link Account and enter the email address and password associated with your Fitbit.
7. Select any checkbox from which Alexa will retrieve data, and uncheck all the boxes you want to keep.
Now you can get your Fitbit statistics without looking at your wrist.
What can I ask Alexa about my Fitbit?
Depending on the fields you've selected, Alexa may ask:
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how I feel today."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how many steps I've taken."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how many calories I burned."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how I slept last night."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how high my resting heart rate is."
How do I remove my Fitbit from the Alexa app?
. 1 Tap the three stacked lines in the Amazon Alexa app.
2. Select Skills & Games and tap Your Skills .
3. Select Fitbit and tap Disable ability .
4. A message saying, "Disable Fitbit will clear all skill information. Do you want to disable the skill?" Is displayed. Tap Disable .
Originally published on May 13, 2019.