See your activity

After you set up Google Fit to track your activity, use the app or your watch to see how close you are to your goals. You can also compare your activity with previous days.

See what you’ve done today

When you open the Google Fit app, you'll see your fitness activities at the top of the screen. This summary includes estimates of active minutes, steps you've taken, calories you've burned, and your last workout.

If you don’t see a summary of your activity:

  1. On your Android phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the bottom, tap Home.

How Fit estimates calories burned

Google Fit uses a combination of your activity, your gender, your height, and your weight to estimate how many calories you’ve burned.  It's an estimate of total calories burned and includes your basal metabolic rate (BMR), not just calories you burned in your activity. For best results, add your height and weight to Google Fit

Learn what to do if Fit isn't tracking your activity correctly.

See your weight card

If you log your weight on Google Fit or a connected app, you may see a section showing your weight. It will show:

  • Dots, which show specific weight measurements you entered. 
  • A trend line, which is an intelligent average of recent weight data. It’s meant to give you a better idea of how your weight is changing over time. 

See all your activity

When you view your activity, you’ll see exercises you tracked, activities you added later, activities from other apps linked to Fit, and activity automatically detected by Fit.

  1. On your Android phone, open the Google Fit app Google Fit.
  2. At the top, tap the number for your Move Minutes or Heart Points.
  3. To see your activity on another date, at the top, tap Day, Week, or Month.

Note: Sometimes the info is inaccurate. If you find activity that you think is wrong, you can edit your activity history

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