Help - About Fitbit Alta. This article provides answers to the following frequently asked questions: To make sure you're not putting Alta on upside down, look at the back.
The top of the tracker has a charging port. The top of the tracker should be on the outside or top of your wrist. For more information and instructions on clasping the band, see How do I wear my tracker? Alta’s display is dimmed when not in use. Alta doesn't respond to swipes; it must be tapped. As shown in the following video, tap to see your steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, and active minutes. To see your SmartTrack™-detected exercise, last night's sleep patterns, and much more, check your Fitbit dashboard.
As shown in the following video, Alta gives you a choice of several vertical and horizontal clock faces. SmartTrack automatically recognizes and records select continuous movement activities, like running and outdoor biking. Leather and metal bands are not recommended for high-intensity exercise. Help - What should I know about SmartTrack? The SmartTrack™ feature available on Fitbit Alta™, Fitbit Blaze™, Fitbit Surge™, and Fitbit Charge HR™ automatically recognizes and records select exercises to ensure you get credit for your most active moments of the day.
To learn more about auto-detected exercise, watch our video. The FAQs provide additional details. Which exercises are tracked? SmartTrack recognizes continuous, high-movement activities such as: WalkingRunningOutdoor bikingElliptical It also recognizes two general categories: Sport—Includes high-movement sports like tennis, basketball, soccer, and others. Where do I see my exercise stats? On your Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile to see your exercise history. How long does it take SmartTrack to detect my exercise? By default, SmartTrack recognizes an exercise that lasts at least 15 minutes. Note that SmartTrack settings apply across all trackers. Manual alta en US.
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