Keep up with your fitness goals by checking Fitbit with Alexa. Stay in touch with your progress and get motivated as you go about your day. Check in on your daily Fitbit progress with Alexa. Ask Alexa if you hit your sleep goal, how you did yesterday, or just get a quick update on the stats you care about the most. Switch between your Amazon Household profiles to access data from multiple Fitbit accounts. If you’d like to learn more about what Alexa can do with Fitbit, you can find more information here: (https://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/Can-Alexa-tell-me-my-Fitbit-stats). Note: Alexa and Amazon, Inc. do not store or retain your Fitbit data, but voice interactions associated with your Amazon account may contain your Fitbit data.
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The interaction is only one way. Alexa can only read you your statistics. You cannot do things like tell Fitbit you are going to bed or tell Fitbit you just drank 8 oz of water. This would make the skill far more useful.
All functions seem to work great for me. The problem is I have a wife who utilizes the same account that I do for Amazon, but keeps a separate one for Fitbit, so only one account can be setup. Would like to see in the future the option to ask about a specific person's stats.
Just like any other Skill, you must address it first, as in "Alexa, ask Fitbit..." Besides the three "canned" questions above, you may also ask Fitbit for how much water you've had/consumed today, or how many active minutes you've done today, or what's your exercise status, etc. Look at the Fitbit Dashboard and start experimenting by asking about the status of your various data readouts. And yes, you could just look at the phone/tablet when you're curious, but it's nice to ask Alexa to ask Fitbit how your water intake is today without leaving the kitchen and going to the phone. But don't forget to sync the Dashboard (pull down) everytime you log in water or exercise. Using a Fitbit Flex 2. Next, gonna get the Thermos Connected Hydration Bottle with Smart Lid (which integrates with Fitbit). 'Cause daily water intake is my weak point/area.