If you just got a Fitbit, you might be questioning what all the Fitbit symbols mean. You’ll see symbols for apps, settings, and types of fitness data. They might vary slightly from model to model, but most of them are similar.
In this blog post, we are going to discuss different symbols of the Fitbit smartwatch. So, if you are confused then don’t worry we have got you covered.
The first thing you need to know about Fitbit is that it is a fitness tracker. It tracks your steps, heart rate, and calories burned. It also has a few other features, like a stopwatch and an alarm. Fitbit also has a variety of apps that you can download onto it.
Some of these apps include a calorie counter, a step tracker, and a sleep tracker. There are also apps you can download that will help you track your progress over time, or set goals for yourself.
There are also a few symbols on the Fitbit that you should know about. These symbols include:
The Pedometer symbol:
This is the default symbol that appears on the main screen of Fitbit. It counts your steps and displays your current step count for the day.
The Stopwatch symbol:
This symbol looks like a stopwatch, and it starts and stops the timer on the Fitbit.
The Alarm symbol:
This symbol looks like an alarm clock, and it lets you set alarms on the Fitbit.
The Battery symbol:
This symbol shows you how much battery life is left on the Fitbit.
The Exercise mode symbol:
This symbol lets you know when you’re in exercise mode.
When this mode is turned on, Fitbit will track your heart rate and calories burned during your workout.
The Food tracking symbol:
This symbol lets you know when you’re in food tracking mode. In this mode, you can log what you eat and drink throughout the day.
The Weight Tracking symbol:
This symbol lets you know when you’re in weight-tracking mode. In this mode, you can log your weight over time to track your progress.
The chevrons (or three upward pointing arrows) on your Fitbit are for the Active Zone Minutes. If you see the flame (or fire) symbol on your Fitbit, it simply refers to Calories Burned.
You will see symbols for apps show up on your Fitbit from time to time. Apps can include Weather, Alarms, Agenda, Fitbit Pay, Spotify, Pandora, Strava, and Deezer.
Of course, some of these are pretty easy to recognize, especially if you already use them on other devices. There is a SpO2 tracker app that will keep a record of your blood oxygen saturation while you sleep.
Of course, you can go into the App store and locate more apps to download onto your Fitbit.
In general, the icons and symbols on your Fitbit are there to help you track your fitness goals and stay connected while you’re on the go.
As you can see, there are a variety of different symbols on the Fitbit. Each symbol represents a different feature or app.
If you’re ever confused about what a symbol means, you can always refer to this blog post for help. Stay fit and healthy.