You can now link Fitbit with Google Assistant to ask about last night’s sleep – 9to5Google
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Google Assistant to the Versa 3 and Sense. At the minute, only “Sleep” is listed and Fitbit supported. Google will respond to in a “Since the other day, you slept an overall of x hr and xx minutes” format that can account for naps. On the personal privacy front, Google states “Fitbit sleep information is kept briefly and utilized to give you details about your sleep, health, and physical fitness.
At launch, this feature set is most likely and very basic suggested to be asked on Fitbit smartwatches. However, offered Assistant’s nature, the commands work all over.
On the personal privacy front, Google states “Fitbit sleep information is stored temporarily and utilized to provide you info about your sleep, fitness, and health. Fitbit sleep data isn’t utilized for Google ads.”
Provided the description discovered on Assistant’s Wellness settings page, more functionality is coming. Commands that let you obtain more data about recent activity would be practical. For instance, getting metrics about your last run would be a beneficial option to tapping through an app.
From the Google Assistant settings list, scroll down to the new “Wellness” menu where you can “handle your sleep, nutrition, and exercise information.” At the moment, just “Sleep” is listed and Fitbit supported. Tapping “Connect” on the next page asks you to accept terms. You’re then required to the Fitbit mobile app or website to approve Google’s gain access to.
When complete, you can ask Assistant two identical queries:
How did I sleep last night?
Show my sleep summary.
Google will answer in a “Since yesterday, you slept an overall of x hr and xx min” format that can account for naps. It’s the same response on phones, Assistant smart screens, and speakers. There are no accompanying graphs or visuals, while you can’t ask about other days/periods. When you do inquire, Assistant suggests “utilizing an app on your watch or mobile instead.”
Fitbit yesterday began rolling out Google Assistant to the Versa 3 and Sense. As part of that, users can now link their Fitbit accounts to Google Assistant for basic sleep and wellness information.