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How to use Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack

How to use Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack
How to use Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack - Charge 2 uses SmartTrack™ to automatically detect and record select exercises. Learn here how to use Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack, exercise, customizing, setting your Fitbit tracker. For more precision or to see real-time stats and a workout summary right on your wrist, you can tell your tracker when exercise starts and stops. All workouts appear in your exercise history for deeper analysis and comparison.

How to use Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack

SmartTrack ensures you get credit for your most active moments of the day. When you sync your tracker after a SmartTrack-detected exercise, you can find several stats in your exercise history including duration, calories burned, impact on your day, and more.

By default, Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack detects continuous movement at least 15 minutes in length. You can increase or decrease the minimum duration or disable SmartTrack for one or more exercise types.

Fitbit SmartTrack recognizes activities with continuous movement or high movement such as : walking, runing, aerobic workout, eliptical, outdoor bike, sport and swiming. The SmartTrack feature automatically recognizes select exercises to ensure you get credit for your most active moments of the day. It is available with all trackers except Fitbit Charge, Flex, One, and Zip.
Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial


SmartTrack recognizes continuous, high-movement activities such as:
  1. Walking
  2. Running
  3. Outdoor biking
  4. Elliptical
  5. Swimming (Flex 2 only)
It also recognizes two general categories:
  1. Sport : Includes high-movement sports like tennis, basketball, soccer, and others. Sports that might not be recognized include those without continuous movement or that vary in intensity level, like golf.
  2. Aerobic workout : Includes aerobic activities with continuous movement, such as Zumba®, cardio-kickboxing, and other dance classes.

Note that GPS data is not included in automatic exercise detection For more information on swim tracking.

Fitbit Charge 2 SmartTrack Exercise
  • On your Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile to see your exercise history. (On fitbit.com, go to your activity log.)
For each auto-detected exercise you'll find stats such as duration and estimated calorie burn. Distance and pace are not included.
SmartTrack recognizes an exercise that default lasts at least 15 minutes. You can lower this setting to 10 minutes, or increase it as high as 90 minutes.

For example if you only want SmartTrack to detect your longer walks, you might change your duration settings to a 30-minute minimum. For instructions on how to modify your minimum exercise duration, choose your platform below.

Fitbit Charge 2 Custom Setting
Note that SmartTrack settings apply across all trackers. If your account has more than one tracker with SmartTrack, modifying the settings applies to all trackers.

Fitbit apps for iOS or Android
  • On the Fitbit app dashboard tap the Exercise tile to open your exercise history. This is the tile that says "Track exercise" if you haven't worked out today. If you've already worked out, you'll see the exercise category on the tile instead (for example, Run or Hike).
  • Tap the gear icon in the top right corner, then tap the target exercise and adjust the duration.
Fitbit apps for Windows
Fitbit Charge 2 Settings
  • On the Fitbit app dashboard tap the Exercise tile to open your exercise history. This is the tile that says "Track exercise" if you haven't worked out today. If you've already worked out, you'll see the exercise category on the tile instead (for example, Run or Hike).
  • Tap the gear icon at the bottom, then tap the target exercise and adjust the duration.
Fitbit dashboard
  • Log into your fitbit.com dashboard and click the gear icon in the top right corner.
  • Click Settings > Devices. If you have more than one tracker, choose the one that supports SmartTrack.
Find and change the option for SmartTrack minimum duration.
Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Turn off autodetection

You can stop your tracker from trying to Fitbit Charge 2 auto-recognize one or more exercise types. We recommend turning Swim off when you're not at the pool to preserve Fitbit Charge 2 battery life. You may want to turn SmartTrack off if it sometimes mistakes your movements. For example, if Elliptical workouts appear in your exercise history and you don't use an elliptical machine, turn auto-recognition for Elliptical. Here the Fitbit Charge 2 manual instructions :

Fitbit dashboard
  1. Log into your fitbit.com dashboard and click the gear icon in the top right corner.
  2. Click Settings > Devices. If you have more than one tracker, choose the one that supports SmartTrack.
  3. Find and modify the option for automatically recorded exercises.
Fitbit app for iOS
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise,” or, if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. Tap the gear icon (not the stopwatch) in the top right corner. Tap the exercise you're looking for and turn off the auto-recognition setting.
Fitbit app for Android
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise” or if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. Tap the gear icon in the top right corner. Tap the exercise you're looking for and turn off the auto-recognition setting.
Fitbit apps for Windows
  1. On the Fitbit app dashboard,open the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise,” or, if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. Tap or click the gear icon at the bottom. Find the exercise you're looking for and turn off the auto-recognition setting.

Fitbit Charge 2 Guide change the exercise

You can change how your activity is labeled. For example SmartTrack might detect a “walk” but you prefer your exercise history to show that it was a “hike.” Fitbit Charge2 instructions below.
Fitbit Charge 2 Guide change the exercise

Fitbit app for iOS
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise,” or, if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. In your exercise history, tap the exercise to open the details and choose a different category.
Fitbit app for Android
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise,” or, if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. In your exercise history, tap the exercise you want to categorize.
  3. Tap the pencil icon in the top right corner and search for the name you prefer.
Fitbit apps for Windows
  1. From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Exercise tile. This is the tile that says “Track exercise,” or, if you already tracked an exercise, shows the exercise type and information.
  2. Tap the gear icon at the bottom and tap the activity you want to change.
  3. Look for an option to categorize the activity.
Fitbit Charge 2 dashboard
  1. Log into your fitbit.com dashboard
  2. On the menu bar at the top, click Log and then click Activities.
  3. Click the pencil icon next to the name of the activity you want to categorize.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Delete an exercise

You can delete any entry in your Fitbit Charge 2 exercise history.
  • When you tap the exercise tile on your dashboard and see the list of recent workouts, swipe the one that is incorrect and tap Delete.
  • You can also open up the detail screen for that workout and tap the the three dots in the top right corner.
  • You'll see a Delete Exercise option.
If you're wearing your Flex 2 in a pendant (necklace), not wearing my tracker on my wrist, the automatic exercise detection is disabled.

Fitbit Charge 2 Multisport Mode
Multisport mode on Fitbit Charge 2 lets you see real-time stats and a workout summary for the exercise you select, then saves the information in your exercise history. Certain exercises offer connected GPS tracking as described in Does my Fitbit tracker have GPS?​

Fitbit Charge 2 First-time Setup
If you plan to use connected GPS, verify the GPS-related settings on your phone:

Fitbit app for iOS
  1. First, make sure you can track your run, walk, or hike when you're out of Wi-Fi range:
  2. Open Settings and tap Cellular.
  3. Make sure Cellular Data is turned on.
  4. Next, ensure that your GPS can continue tracking when your phone is locked:
  5. Open Settings and tap General.
  6. Tap Background App Refresh, find the Fitbit app, and make sure it is turned on.
  7. Lastly, make sure your phone can identify your location:
  8. Open Settings and tap Privacy.
  9. Tap Location Services and make sure it’s turned on.
  10. Find Fitbit in the app list and make sure it's set to While Using the App or Always.
Fitbit app for Android

  1. The verification steps for these platforms vary widely depending on the specific mobile device. If you're unsure how to verify anything mentioned, consult the instructions provided by your device manufacturer.
  2. Make sure your phone can track your activity when you're out of Wi-Fi range. This is usually achieved by making sure Cellular Data is turned on.
  3. Make sure GPS can continue tracking while your phone is locked.
  4. Make sure your phone can identify your location.This is usually achieved by enabling Location Services within your privacy settings.
Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Change the Exercise menu
To change the Exercise menu or make sure the exercise you want to track is included, see How do I customize the Exercise menu on my tracker?

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Tracking an exercise
  1. On your tracker, press the button until you get to the Exercise screen.
  2. Tap to find the exercise of your choice.
  3. Press and hold the button to start the exercise. If you see a phone icon at the top, that exercise offers connected GPS and your device is connected to a GPS signal. If the phone icon has a line through it that means your tracker is not connected to your phone or your phone is not connected to a GPS signal. If the phone icon has an animated dashed line next to it, that means your device is trying to find a GPS signal.
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  5. During your workout, tap your tracker to scroll through your real-time stats or check the time of day.
  6. To pause your workout, press the button. Then press the button again to resume the exercise.
  7. When you’re done with your workout, press and hold the button to stop recording. You’ll see a flag icon and a congratulatory message.
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  9. Press the button to see a summary of your results. With each button press you’ll cycle to a different set of stats. You can view your exercise summary one time.
Syncing your tracker stores the workout in your exercise history. There you can find additional stats and see your route if you used connected GPS.

Using the Exercise menu

You can choose from over a dozen exercise types to customize the Exercise menu with your favorites. Some exercises, like running, biking, and hiking have a GPS option.

Note: Charge 2 does not have built-in GPS. Its connected GPS feature works with the GPS sensors on your nearby mobile device to give you real-time pace and distance information, as well as recording a map of your route. Turning on connected GPS enables more precise tracking of your exercise stats.

Connected GPS is not available with the Fitbit app for Windows 10

Connected GPS is available for iOS and Android mobile devices.
  1. If you’re going to use connected GPS, make sure Bluetooth and GPS are both enabled on your phone and that your tracker is paired to your phone.
  2. Make sure the Fitbit app has permission to use GPS or location services.
  3. Verify that connected GPS is turned on for the exercise in the Fitbit app.
  4. Find the Exercise shortcuts in the Fitbit app.
  5. Tap the exercise you want to track and make sure Connected GPS is turned on.

Tracking exercise with Fitbit Charge 2
To track an exercise:
  1. On your tracker, press the button until you get to the Exercise screen and then tap to find the exercise of your choice.
  2. Press and hold the button to start the exercise. If you see a phone icon at the top, that exercise offers connected GPS and your device is connected to a GPS signal. If the phone icon is crossed out, a GPS connection isn’t available. An animated dashed line means your device is trying to find a GPS signal.
  3. During your workout, tap your tracker to scroll through your real-time stats or check the time of day.
  4. To pause your workout, press the button. Then press the button again to resume the exercise."
  5. When you’re done with your workout, press and hold the button to stop recording. You’ll see a flag icon and a congratulatory message.
  6. Press the button to see a summary of your results. With each button press you’ll cycle to a different set of stats. You can view your exercise summary one time.
Syncing your tracker stores the workout in your exercise history. There you can find additional stats and see your route if you used connected GPS.

How to Keep Clean Fitbit Charge 2 Band

Fitbit Charge 2 Product Care
How to Keep Clean Fitbit Charge 2 Band - Fitbit Charge 2 is a stylish tracker with swappable bands and equipped with basic phone notifications and week-long battery life. As a tracker, Fitbit Charge 2 is meant to be worn all day and night, so you must follow a few simple Fitbit Charge 2 guidelines as you wear and care for your Fitbit Charge 2 product care to keep your hand clean. Here in Fitbit Charge 2 guide tutorial, we would like to share everything you need to know about how to keep Fitbit Charge 2 Band clean so that it won’t bring any trouble to your skin.

How to Keep Clean Fitbit Charge 2 Band

Fitbit Charge 2's wristband is made of a flexible, durable elastomer material similar to that used in many sports watches. Fitbit Charge 2 is sweat, rain and splash proof. However, the device is not swim proof or shower proof. With any wearable device, it’s best for your skin if the band stays dry and clean.

If the band gets wet or if you sweat in it, remove and completely dry the band before putting it back on. Give your wrist a rest by taking the band off every now and then.

Environmental Requirements
  • Operating temperature: 14° to 113° F
  • Maximum operating altitude: 30,000 feet

How to keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for Sport bands
Especially for Fitbit Charge 2 Sport bands, follow the steps below to keep it clean:
How to keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for Sport bands
  1. Regularly clean your band and wrist – especially after working out or sweating. You can clean it by rinsing the band with water or wipe it with a small amount of rubbing alcohol. This is very effective to clean the Fitbit Charge 2 Sport band, so there is no need to use hand soap, body soap, dish soap, hand sanitizers, cleaning wipes or household cleaners which could get trapped beneath the band and irritate skin. Don’t forget to always dry the band well before putting it back on after cleaning it.
  2. If you often use lotions or oils, it is possible for you to find a build-up of lotions and oils (such as sunscreen, insect repellent and moisturizers) than is trapped beneath the band. Therefore, if you want to remove this build-up lotions and oils, you can use a soap-free cleanser like Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser or Aquanil, which won’t be trapped beneath the band. You just need to rinse thoroughly the band and dry it well.
  3. If there is a tough, stains or buildup on your band, you can scrub it with a wet soft-bristled toothbrush to remove it.
Especially for light-colored Fitbit Charge 2 accessory bands, you can minimize direct contact with dark-colored chothing to prevent color transfer possibility.

How to keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for leather bands
If you have Fitbit Charge 2 leather bands, you can follow the steps below to clean it:
How to keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for leather bands
  1. Wipe down the band with a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth. You can also lightly dampean the cloth with water if needed. Keep in mind that leather bands are not seat or water resistant. Do not soak them to prevent possible discoloration or other damage.
  2. After cleaning the Fitbit Charge 2 leather band, don’t dry the leather band under direct sunlight, high temperatures and humid conditions that can cause discoloration or damage over time. to dry the leather bands, gently wipe away excess moisture with a dry, non-abrasive, lint-free cloth and let the band air dry.
  3. The materials used in these accessories are intended to be worn during normal, daily activity. Therefore, avoid wearing this accessories during high intensity workouts or during sleep, which could affect the overall appearance and quality of the accessory.
  4. Avoid or limit exposure of the leather bands to moisture and substances like perfume, insect repellent, oil, lotion or dyed materials like denim to minimize discoloration and damage to these bands.
  5. Minimize direct contact with dark-colored clothing for light-colored leather accessory bands to prevent color transfer.
How to Keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for metal bands
Fitbit Charge 2 also has a surgical-grade stainless steel buckle. If you use Fitbit Charge 2 metal bands, you can follow to steps below to clean it:
  1. Wipe down the band with a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth. If necessary, you can lightly dampen the cloth with water. Although it is metal band, but it is not sweat or water resistant. Soaking the metal bands might cause tarnishing, discoloration or other damage.
  2. After cleaning the metal band, dry it with a recommended cloth. Don’t exposure the bands under high temperatures and humid conditions which can cause damage.
  3. Limit exposure to substances like perfume, insect repellent, oil or lotions to reduce discoloration and damage.
  4. The materials used in the metal bands are not intended to be worn during high intensity workouts or during sleep, which could affect the overall appearance and quality of the accessory. You can wear this accessory during normal, daily activity.
  5. To minimize discoloration and damage to these Fitbit Charge 2 bands, limit exposure to moisture and substances like perfume, insect repellent, oil, lotion or dyed materials like denim.
How to keep Fitbit Charge 2 band clean for Nylon bands
Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Classics bandsFollow the tutorials steps below to clean Fitbit Charge 2 Classics bands:
  1. Wipe down the band with a non-abrassive, lint-free cloth. You can wash the band in cold water with mild soap, making sure to rinse thoroughly if needed.
  2. Let the band air dry. Don’t exposure under direct sunlight, high temperatures and humid conditions that can cause discoloration or damage over time.
  3. The material used in these Fitbit Charge 2 Classics band accessories are intended to be worn during normal, daily activity, not during high intensity workouts or during sleep which could affect the overall appearance and quality of the accessory is maintained.
  4. Limit exposure to moisture and substances like perfume, insect repellent, oil, lotion or dyed materials like denim to avoid discoloration and damage.
Everything you need to know Fitbit Charge 2 is here, because battery life up to 5 days and charge cycles vary with use, settings, and other factors; actual results will vary. So wee must keep clean Fitbit Charge 2 Band and accessory bands is made of flexible and durable elastomer material with surgical-grade stainless. You can replace Fitbit Charge 2 bands on sport strap accessories with fasteners and metal clasps for itbit Charge 2 wristband as you want.

Manage Automatic tracking with Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial
Manage Automatic tracking with Fitbit Charge 2 - Your Charge 2 continuously tracks a variety of stats whenever you have it on. Read this Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial and the information is transferred to your dashboard every time you sync your tracker.

Manage Automatic tracking with Fitbit Charge 2


Tutorial to view all-day stats
Press the button to wake up your Fitbit Charge 2 and see the time of day. Tap the screen to see each of these all-day stats:
    Fitbit Charge2 Tutorial
  1. Steps taken
  2. Current heart rate
  3. Distance covered
  4. Calories burned
  5. Floors climbed
  6. Active minutes
  7. Hourly activity

On your Fitbit dashboard you can find other information captured by your tracker, such as:
  1. Your sleep history, including hours slept and sleep patterns
  2. The hours of your day that you were stationary vs. active (walked at least 250 steps)
  3. Your exercise history and progress towards a weekly exercise goal
  4. Your beats per minute (BPM), average resting heart rate, and time spent in heart-rate zones
Note: Charge 2 resets at midnight to begin a new day.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Viewing your heart rate
Charge 2 allows you to view your real-time heart rate and your resting heart rate on your tracker.
To view your heart rate, press the button until you get to the Heart rate screen where you’ll see your current heart rate. Tap to see your resting heart rate.

Using heart-rate zones on Fitbit Charge 2
Fitbit Charge 2 heart-rate zones
Heart-rate zones help you target the training intensity of your choice. Your tracker shows your current zone above your heart rate, and on your Fitbit dashboard you can see your time spent in zones during a particular day or exercise. Three zones
based on American Heart Association recommendations are available by default, or you can create a custom zone if you have a specific heart rate you’re targeting.

Default heart-rate zones
Default heart-rate zones are calculated using your estimated maximum heart rate. Fitbit calculates your maximum heart rate with the common formula of 220 minus your age.
The heart icon you see above your current heart rate tells you your zone. Refer to the following table for an explanation of the different heart rate zones.


Fitbit Charge 2 Default Heart-rate Zones
Zone Calculation Description
Out of Zone Below 50% of your maximum heart rate. Your heart rate may be elevated but not enough to be considered exercise.
Fat Burn Between 50% and 69% of your maximum heart rate. Low-to-medium intensity exercise zone. This zone may be a good place to start for those new to exercise. It’s called the Fat Burn zone because a higher percentage of calories are burned from fat, but the total calorie burn rate is lower.
Cardio Between 70% and 84% of maximum heart rate. Medium-to-high intensity exercise zone. In this zone you’re pushing yourself but not straining. For most people this is the exercise zone to target.
Peak Greater than 85% of your maximum heart rate High-intensity exercise zone. This zone is for short intense sessions that improve performance and speed.

Custom heart-rate zones
Instead of using the default heart-rate zones, you can configure a custom zone or a custom max heart rate if you have a specific target in mind. For example, elite athletes might have a target that differs from the American Heart Association’s recommendations for the average person. When you’re in your custom zone you’ll see a solid heart on your tracker. When you’re not in the zone you’ll see an outline of a heart.

How to Charge Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2 Manual
How to Charge Fitbit Charge 2 - Improve Fitbit Charge 2 battery life and charging with the right guide with tutorial here. Your fully charged Charge 2 has a battery life of up to five days. Battery life and charge cycles vary with use and other factors; actual results will vary.

How to Charge Fitbit Charge 2

You can finding your current battery level by read this Fitbit Charge 2 Manual. If your battery is low, when you wake up your Charge 2 you’ll see a low battery icon after a few seconds. If you see a critical battery icon you’ll be unable to navigate to any of the tracker screens until you charge your tracker. Your tracker continues to track your activity until your battery runs out.

You can check your battery level Fitbit Charge2 at any time on the battery screen on your tracker or on your Fitbit dashboard. Fitbit Charge2 manual to see the battery screen you must turn on the battery menu item in the Fitbit app.

Charging your Fitbit Charge 2
Manual and Tutorial to charge your tracker:
  1. Plug the charging cable into the USB port on your computer or a UL-certified USB wall charger.
  2. Clip the other end of the charging cable to the port on the back of the tracker. The pins on the charging cable must lock securely with the port.
  3. Make sure the button on your tracker is aligned with the button opening on the charging cable. You’ll know the connection is secure when the tracker vibrates and you see a battery icon on your tracker’s display. The battery icon disappears after three seconds.

Charging Fitbit Charge 2 fully takes about one to two hours. While the tracker charges, you can tap it to check the battery level. A fully charged tracker shows a solid battery icon. It’s important to clean and dry your Charge 2 regularly. For more information, see http://www.fitbit.com/productcare.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial Changing the wristband
The wristband has two separate bands (top and bottom) that you can swap with accessory bands sold separately.
Fitbit Charge2 Tutorial
Removing a wristband on Fitbit Charge 2
To remove the wristband:
  1. Turn over your Charge 2 and find the band latches—there’s one on each end where the band meets the frame.
  2. To release the latch, press down on the flat metal button on the strap.
  3. Slide the band up to release it from the tracker.
  4. Repeat on the other side.
If you’re having trouble removing the band or if it feels stuck, gently move the band back and forth to release it.
Fitbit Charge2 User Guide

Attaching a new wristband
Before you attach a new wristband, first read this Fitbit Charge 2 User Guide and identify the top and bottom bands.
  • The top band has a watch buckle at the end of it.
  • The bottom band has notches and should be attached on the side closest to the charging port.
  • To attach a band, slide it down on the end of the tracker until you feel it snap into place.

How to be connected with friends on Fitbit Charge 2

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial
How to be connected with friends on Fitbit Charge 2 - Motivations can come from anywhere, anytime, and anything, includes from friends. Sometimes, competing with friends and family and encouraging one another is a great way to stay motivated. Thankfully, Fitbit gives you a chance to get all this opportunity to compete with your friends and family by connecting with them. This is what we want to share a guide with you in Fitbit Charge 2 tutorial about how to be connected with friends on Fitbit.

How to be connected with friends on Fitbit Charge 2

If you have read everything about how to be connected with friends on Fitbit Charge 2, you will know how to keep up with friends. When you are keeping up with friends, the Friends tile shows your ranking based on a 7-day step total. Each person’s total shown in the Friends tile is accurate as of the last time that person synced. You can tap or click a friend to see his or her profile page, which includes information they choose to share, such as step average, top badges, trophies, and their friend list. What you can see from your friend’s information depends on that friend’s Fitbit privacy settings. So, you won’t be able to see all of your friend’s information unless he or she choose it to be visible to you.

How to Keep up with friends
When you are connected with your Firbit friends, you can cheer, taunt, or message your friends. You and your friends and family are able to motivate one another, try participating in a fun challenge, and many more. Challenges are a fun way to help you stay motivated in reaching your goal. With this fun challenge, you can compete with friends and family or complete personal, non-competitive journeys. Whenever you want, you can share specific accomplishments with family and friends over social media, text, or email. Especially with your Fitbit friends, you can share profile information, average daily step count, sleep data, activity data, and badges. While with anyone else, you can share your exercise accomplishment, challenge result, landmarks you reach in adventures, and badges using any app that allows photo sharing, including text message, email, Facebook, and more.

Fitbit Charge2 Manual
How to add friends on Fitbit Charge 2
One of the most important part of this tutorial about how to be connected with friends on Fitbit, is adding friends to be your Fitbit friends. When you are connected with friends, anytime you want you can choose to add friends, up to a maximum of 2000, by one of the following methods:
Contacts – you can see you contacts to know who have Fitbit accounts and those who don’t. If you wish to connect with anyone in your contact who has Fitbit account, you can invite him or her to be your Fitbit friend. You able to sett fitbit friends privacytoo. The Fitbit Charge2 app for Windows 10 also shows you friends of friends. Your friends’ friends list appears only if your friends do not privatize their friends list. This information is not available on the fitbit.com dashboard.

Facebook – if you choose to connect your Fitbit and Facebook accounts, you can also see your friends who also have Fitbit accounts linked to Facebook. When you see a friend with Fitbit account, you can invite him or her to be a Fitbit friend. Whenever you want to stop connecting your Fitbit account with your Facebook, you can revoke access to Facebook from your Fitbit account by revoking access to the Facebook app on your fitbit.com dashboard (Settings > Applications). You can also revoke access to Facebook through the Fitbit Charge 2 settings on your mobile device. if you have more than one Facebook account, you can’t connect all of the accounts to your Fitbit account, you can only choose one of the accounts to be linked to your Fitbit account.
Email – you can type in the email address of anyone whenever you want to invite to Fitbit.
Here are Fitbit Charge 2 Manual several steps you need to know about how to add friends:

Through Fitbit app
    Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorials
  1. Tap or click the + icon from the Fitbit app dashboard.
  2. Tap or click Add Friend
  3. Choose how you want to connect to your friends and follow the onscreen instruction to complete the process.
Ensure that you grant the Fitbit app access to the requested features of your mobile device if you are using lattest Android.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial add friends Through fitbit.com dashboard
  1. Find the friends tile on the fitbit.com dashboard.
  2. You can add friends by connecting your Fitbit and Facebook accounts and then adding your friends from Facebook, or you can send an email invitation to someone to join Fitbit and become your friend. Click either the Facebook or email icon to connect with friends.
  3. If you don’t see the Friends tile on your fitbit friends leaderboard :
  • Click the Tab icon on the left side of the dashboard.
  • Click the checkbox next to the Friends tile or any other tile you want to add to your dashboard.
  • Click Done to end the session.
We Hope this Fitbit Charge 2 tutorial about how to be connected with friends on Fitbit guide you better and usefull.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial : How to Navigate, Wear and Recharge

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial
Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial : How to Navigate, Wear and Recharge - The Charge 2 Fitbit is a sleeker, more stylish fitness band which is designed with a slim, affordable, versatile fitness band that you can take from the gym to the office to after-work drinks without looking like an overzealous weirdo. If you have purchased Fitbit Charge 2, this tutorial is important for you to know more about how to wear, navigate, and recharge Fitbit Charge 2.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial: How to Navigate, Wear and Recharge

This tracker is more stylish with its interchangeable bands according to occasion. Therefore, you can buy an accessory Fitbit wristband to suits your fashion style anytime you want. This Fitbit Charge 2 tutorial will also tell you how to take off the original band and put on a different one.

How to wear Fitbit Charge 2
For the first step of how to wear, navigate, and recharge thr Charge2, we have Fitbit Charge 2 Tips for choosing the wrist to wear the tracker. If you want to get the most of Fitbit features, you have to wear the tracker on your dominant wrist. Therefore, for greater accuracy and ease of use, the Charge 2 needs to know which wrist you wear it on (right or left) and which hand you consider dominant (right or left). Your dominant hand is the one you usually write or throw with. When you are setting up the tracker, you were asked to choose where you are going to wear Fitbit Charge 2.

Fitbit Charge 2 Guide
If you want to change the wrist with the other one, you can change the wrist setting which can be found in the Account section of the Fitbit app. Anyway, follow the Fitbit Charge 2 Manual on guide in step by steps below to wear :
  1. Place your Fitbit Charge2 around your dominant wrist. The top of the tracker is the side with the charging port. The top of the tracker is the side with the charging port. You need to ensure that this side with charging port is on the outside or top of your wrist.
  2. Align both ends of the wristband so they are directly overlapping each other with the clasp over the two holes that best fit your wrist.
  3. After that, squeeze both the clasp and the wristband between your thumb and forefinger until you feel it snap into place. Make sure that your Charge 2 wristband is securely fastened when both pegs on the clasp are fully inserted. Do not wear Fitbit Charge 2 too tightly.
How to navigate Fitbit Charge 2
Here is the next step of how to wear, navigate, and recharge Fitbit Charge 2, we have tips for choosing the wrist to wear the tracker. Fitbit Charge 2 is not only designed for style, but also for helping you track your health with ease. It has an OLED tap display that can be oriented horizontally or vertically.

There are several clock faces with a unique design that you can choose. You can choose and change the clock faces anytime you want. Keep in mind that Fitbit Charge 2 display is off if you are not using it. Therefore, you have to wake it up by:

Double-tap your tracker.
Turn your wrist towards you. This behavior, known as Quick View, can be turned off in your tracker settings. If you want to flip through your stats, you can single-tap on the Fitbit Charge 2 display. The stats shown on the display include steps taken, distance covered, calories burned, and active minutes. If you want to get the best result, tap your tracker where the display meets the band. Double-tap to wake up the tracker, and single tap to flip through your stats. Note that Charge 2 doesn’t respond to swipes, that is why it must be tapped.

Fitbit Charge 2 Tutorial : How to Navigate, Wear and Recharge
How to recharge Fitbit Charge 2
Finally, the last section of this Fitbit Charge 2 tutorial about how to wear, navigate, and recharge Fitbit Charge 2 will tell you everything about recharging the tracker. This Fitbit has a battery life up to 5 days after it is fully charged. This Fitbit Charge 2 battery life and charge cycles vary with use, settings, and many other factors. The tracker will show a low battery icon if your battery is low whenever you tap your Charge2 Fitbit to flip through your stats. And when you see a critically low icon on the display, you won’t be able to flip through your stats anymore. When this notification is displayed on your tracker’s display, it means you have to charge it soon.

Fitbit Charge 2 Manual
If you want to charge your Fitbit Charge 2, you have to plug the charging cable into the USB port on your computer or a UL-certified USB wall charger, then clip the other end into the port on the back of the watch . Make sure that the pins on the charging cable is lined up with the charging port on the Fitbit Charge 2 and securely locked into place. You will know the connection is secure when you see a battery icon on Fitbit Charge 2’s display. It takes about one to two hours to charge the Charge 2 fully. While the tracker charges, you can tap it to check the battery level. A solid battery icon will appear when your tracker is fully charged. If you haven’t set up your tracker, when you tap it you will see a message directing you to Fitbit official site, asking you to set up Fitbit tracker.

The Best Fitbit Placement How to Wear

The Best Fitbit Wearing Tips
The Best Fitbit Placement How to Wear - This segment lets you know how best Fitbit to wear, explore, and charge your tracker. In the event that you purchased an embellishment wristband, you'll additionally discover guidelines for removing the first band and putting on the best Fitbit wearing tips an alternate one.

The Best Fitbit Placement How to Wear

Fitbit tips on wearing your tracker, pick your model beneath. Wrist position rules for trackers with heart rate can be found in What would it be advisable for me to think about my heart rate information?

Survey these Fitbit tips to ensure you're wearing Fitbit for ideal outcomes.

Throughout the day wear and work out

For throughout the day wear when you're not working out, your Fitbit Charge 2 ought to typically rest a finger's width beneath your wrist bone and lay level, as you would regularly wear a watch.

For advanced heart rate following remember these tips:

1. Try different things with wearing the tracker higher on your wrist amid work out.

Since blood stream in your arm expands the more remote up you go, moving the tracker up a couple inches can enhance the heart rate flag. Additionally, many activities, for example, bicycle riding or weight lifting cause you to twist your wrist as often as possible, which will probably meddle with the heart rate flag if the tracker is lower on your wrist.

2. Try not to wear your tracker too tight;

A tight band limits blood stream, conceivably influencing the heart rate flag. That being stated, the tracker ought to likewise be somewhat more tightly (cozy yet not choking) amid practice than amid throughout the day wear.

3. With high-force interim preparing or different exercises where your wrist is moving
enthusiastically and non-musically, the development may confine the sensor's capacity to give a heart rate perusing. Essentially, with activities, for example, weight lifting or paddling, your wrist muscles may flex in a manner that the band fixes and extricates amid work out. In the event that your tracker does not demonstrate a heart rate perusing, have a go at unwinding your wrist remaining still quickly (around 10 seconds), after which you ought to see a heart rate perusing.

Wrist decision and predominant hand

For more noteworthy exactness, your tracker has to know which wrist you wear it on (right or left) and which hand you consider predominant (right or left). Your prevailing hand is the one you generally compose or toss with.

Amid Fitbit manual setup you're made a request to pick the wrist where will wear your tracker. Should you later choose to move your tracker to the next wrist, change the Wrist setting. You can likewise change your predominant hand whenever with the Handedness setting.

To put on your Charge wristband:

Position the wristband so the LED show is nearest to the outside of your wrist and confronting you.

Adjust both finishes of the wristband so they are specifically covering each other with the fasten over the two gaps that best fit your wrist.

Crush the catch and wristband between your thumb and index finger until you hear a tick.

In case you're experiencing difficulty affixing the wristband safely, take a stab at catching it a couple times before putting it on your wrist. The band might be hardened the initial few circumstances you attempt.

For better exactness, ensure Fitbit knows which wrist you wear the tracker on. On the off chance that your progression tally or separation estimation appears to be erroneous, consider changing the default walk length.

Both settings are found in the Account area of the Fitbit application or in the Personal Info segment of your fitbit dashboard settings.