How do I get started with Fitbit on Google Pixel Watch?

Getting started with Google Pixel Watch

Learn about the Fitbit experience on Google Pixel Watch. For more information about your watch, see the Google Pixel Watch help center.

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1 | Set up Google Pixel Watch
Pixel Watch charging screen lightning icon

1. Turn on and charge your device. To set up Google Pixel Watch, first connect it to the charging cable.

For more information, see Charge your Google Pixel Watch and improve battery life.

Pixel Watch app icon

2. Connect your device. Next, download the Google Pixel Watch app to your Android phone, log in to your Google account, and connect your watch.

For more information, see Set up Google Pixel Watch.

Fitbit app icon

3. Connect to Fitbit. Connect Google Pixel Watch to the Fitbit app on your phone.

I need to create a Fitbit profile
  1. Download the Fitbit app to your phone.
  2. Open the app, and tap Sign in with your Google Account.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to create a Fitbit profile and connect your watch.
I have a Fitbit profile
  1. Open the Fitbit app on your phone and tap Sign in with Fitbit. If you wish to move Fitbit to your Google Account, follow the on-screen instructions.
  2. From the Today tab  , tap the icon in the top left+ Set up a device
  3. Tap Google Pixel Watch in the list of devices, and follow the on-screen instructions to connect your watch to your account.​​​​

For more information, see How do I set up my Fitbit device?

A phone displaying several stats 4. Check out the Fitbit app. See your complete health and fitness data in the Fitbit app. Google Pixel Watch automatically syncs with the Fitbit app on your phone.

For more information, see How do Fitbit devices sync their data?

If you have syncing issues with the Fitbit app, see Why won't my Fitbit device sync?

Fitbit Premium logo

5. Upgrade to Fitbit Premium. Google Pixel Watch includes a 6-month Fitbit Premium membership for eligible customers in certain countries.1

For more information, see What should I know about Fitbit Premium?

Google Pixel Watch Assistant 6. Explore your new watch. After setup, learn how to customize your clock face, make contactless payments, activate Google Assistant, play music, and more. For more information, see the Google Pixel Watch help center.
2 | See your daily stats with Google Pixel Watch

See your key stats at a glance. Swipe through the main goal, daily heart rate, and sleep tiles on your watch to see your stats. For more information, see Change settings, alarms, and notifications on Google Pixel Watch.

Review your Fitbit activity data. Press the crown, swipe up to the Today app , and tap the app to open it. Tap to open the app, and swipe up to see your daily stats. Tap a stat to see more details.

Steps

Steps taken today and progress toward your daily goal.

Floors

Floors climbed today and progress toward your daily goal.

Distance

Distance covered today and progress toward your daily goal.

Calories burned

Distance covered today and progress toward your daily goal.

Active Zone Minutes

Active Zone Minutes and progress toward your daily goal. For more information, see What are Active Zone Minutes or active minutes on my Fitbit device?

Exercise

Number of days you met your exercise goal this week.

Hourly activity

The number of hours today you met your hourly activity goal. For more information, see What are the reminders I see on my Fitbit device?

Heart rate

Current heart rate and heart-rate zone. For more information, see How do I track heart rate with my Fitbit device?

Resting heart rate

Your resting heart rate. For more information, see How do I track heart rate with my Fitbit device?

Sleep

Sleep duration and sleep score. For more information, see How do I track my sleep with my Fitbit device?

To learn more about these stats, see How do I track my activity with my Fitbit device?

3 | Track trends with Google Pixel Watch
Graph showing health metrics

1. Know your body better with health metrics. In certain regions, track health metrics including breathing rate, heart-rate variability, and resting heart rate in the Fitbit app to help you identify changes in your well-being like increased stress, fatigue, or potential signs of illness.

For more information, see What should I know about health metrics in the Fitbit app?

Note: Skin temperature tracking is only available on Google Pixel Watch 2.

Line graph of the estimated oxygen variation from the previous night

2. See your estimated oxygen variation. Track an approximation of the changes in your blood oxygen saturation levels in the Fitbit app. Your blood oxygen saturation level is the percentage of your blood that’s saturated with, or contains, oxygen.

For more information, see How do I track my estimated oxygen variation in the Fitbit app?

Oxygen saturation tile

3. Estimate your blood oxygen saturation. Google Pixel Watch 2 uses sensors to estimate your blood oxygen saturation while you sleep.

Note: Blood oxygen saturation tracking is only available on Google Pixel Watch 2.2

For more information, see How do I track blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) with my Fitbit device?

Atrial fibrilation

4. Assess for atrial fibrillation. With the Fitbit ECG app, ​assess​ your ​heart for ​atrial fibrillation (AFib)—a heart rhythm irregularity—and share the results with your doctor.3

For more information, see What is the Fitbit ECG app?

Sleep score

5. Catch some Zzz’s. Based on your heart rate, time asleep and restlessness, your nightly sleep score helps you better understand how you slept. For best results, make sure your watch is charged to at least 30%, and turn on Bedtime mode (swipe down from the clock face  Bedtime Mode icon Bed time mode icon) before you go to sleep, which dims the screen and preserves battery.

For more information, see What's sleep score in the Fitbit app?

High heart rate notification 6. Get heart-rate notifications.

Your heart rate is a key indicator of health, so stay informed when Google Pixel Watch 2 detects that your heart rate is unusually high or low.

For more information, see How do I track heart rate with my Fitbit device?

Stress management score and mindfulness tiles 7. Manage your stress.

Your stress management score in the Fitbit app can help you see how your body responds to stress based on your heart rate, sleep, and activity level data.

For more information, see How do I track and manage stress with my Fitbit device?

Relax app with the time remaining in the session 8. Take a breather.

Practice guided breathing with the Relax app on Google Pixel Watch 2. Log how you feel afterward to track your stress over time.

Note: The Relax app is only available on Google Pixel Watch 2.

For more information, see How do I track and manage stress with my Fitbit device?

4 | Get moving with Google Pixel Watch
Active Zone Minutes Goal Met

1. Get in the zone. Personalized heart-rate zones help you target the training intensity of your choice. Earn Active Zone Minutes for time spent in the moderate (fat burn), vigorous (cardio), or peak heart-rate zones.

For more information, see What are Active Zone Minutes or active minutes on my Fitbit device?

Reminder to move

2. Get up and step. Google Pixel Watch helps you reach an hourly goal of 250 steps by nudging you at 10 minutes before the hour is over.

For more information, see What are the reminders I see on my Fitbit device?

Fitness tracker

3. Track your workouts. Use the Exercise app  to see real-time stats, capture GPS data, and get a workout summary when you’re done. Google Pixel Watch has built-in GPS so you can leave your phone behind.

For more information, see How do I track my workouts with my Fitbit device? and How do I use GPS on my Fitbit device?

Two exercise summaries in the Fitbit app - an elliptical workout and a walk

4. Let SmartTrack have your back. Your watch automatically detects and records activities at least 15 minutes long. Open the Fitbit app on your phone to see your stats.

For more information, see How do I track my activity with my Fitbit device?

 

1 New and returning Premium members only. Must activate membership within 60 days of device activation (requires valid payment). This membership cannot be gifted. Cancel before end of membership to avoid recurring fees. Content and features may change. See What should I know about Fitbit Premium? for more details. Terms and conditions apply.

2 Not intended for medical purposes. This feature is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical condition. It is intended to help you manage your well being and keep track of your information. If you have any concerns about your health, please talk to a healthcare provider. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, call emergency services.

3 The Fitbit ECG app is only available in select countries; not intended for use by people under 22 years old. See fitbit.com/ecg for additional details.

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