Have you ever wanted to check your Fitbit to see how many steps you have taken, but your hands were busy in the wash water? Or maybe you have cooked breakfast and want to know how you slept the night before, but your hands are covered in raw egg whites. You can use Amazon's Alexa Voice Assistant to get the data hands-free and we show you how to set it up.
All you have to do is link your Fitbit to the Amazon Alexa app and say "Alexa, ask my Fitbit …" and then one of a few different Fitbit data options and your robot friend – that is, your smart home device ̵
How to sync your Fitbit with Alexa and a.
Add a Fitbit to the Amazon Alexa app
1. Start by saying, "Alexa, link my Fitbit."
2. Open your Amazon Alexa app.
3. Press the three stacked lines at the top right.
4. Press Skills and Games, and then select the Your Skills tab (When you ask Alexa to connect to a device, it will be stored in the tab Your skills to complete the setting).
5. Select Fitbit from the list and press Settings .
6. Touch Link Account and enter the email address and password associated with your Fitbit.
7. Select each box you want Alexa to extract data from and deselect all that you want to keep private.
Now you can get your Fitbit statistics without looking at your wrist.
What can I ask Alexa for my Fitbit?
Depending on the boxes you selected, here are some of the things you can ask Alexa:
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how I do today."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how many steps I have taken."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how many calories I have burned."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit how I slept last night."
"Alexa, ask Fitbit what my dormant heart rate is.
How do I remove my Fitbit from the Alexa app?
first When you are in the Amazon Alexa app, tap the three stacked lines.
2. Select Skills and Games and tap Your Skills .
3. Select Fitbit and tap Disable Skill .
4. A message will appear that says "If you disable Fitbit, all skill-related tasks will be deleted. Do you want to disable the skill?" Press Disable .