As we’ve been monitoring since May, Fitbit and Google Fit integration on the 2nd-generation Nest Hub is deepening with a stats card that can show up right on the homescreen of Smart Displays.
In the Wellness or Your morning/afternoon/evening tabs, Fitbit or Google Fit may appear. The smaller 21 configuration only displays the logo and one data point, whereas the larger 22 size displays the card’s name, “ Your activity .”
Steps, Calories, and Workout Days are the three facts that can be displayed regardless of service. Depending on the circumstances, you might receive a single one or all three (e.g., time of day). By tapping, you can view a weekly graph of this data with a huge circle representing your daily average in the corner and the dates noted in the top-left.
Only the second-generation Nest Hub, which features the Soli radar sensor for sleep tracking and offers a Wellness tab not seen on the Nest Hub Max or other Assistant Smart Displays, has this integration in use right now. Google predicted this earlier this year.
The Fitbit or Google Fit card only appears on one device on our team that is engaged in the Preview Program, even if that device isn’t currently in use (Cast firmware 1.56.299498).
Go to Assistant settings, Wellness, and Activity to configure. From there, you can link Google Fit and Fitbit and choose which one the Nest Hub homescreen displays as active. You can ask Google Assistant for these statistics on mobile and Smart Display since late May, but this most recent integration is more aggressive in surfacing your data. This integration will take place as more Fitbit smartwatches are anticipated.
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