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How do I export my Fitbit account data?

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Export your GPS data, community data, or an archive of your account data. Note that data isn’t available for deleted accounts.

If you received a data export email from Fitbit and didn’t make the request, change your password. For more information, see How do I change or reset my Fitbit password?

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How do I export my Fitbit account data?

Export up to 31 days of your recent Fitbit data, or an archive of your Fitbit data for the lifetime of your account.

To export your recent Fitbit account data:
  1. From the fitbit.com dashboard, click the gear icon .
  2. Click Settings > Data Export.
  3. Choose the time period and data you want to include, and the file format. 
  4. Click Download
To export a complete archive of your Fitbit account data:
  1. From the fitbit.com dashboard, click the gear icon .
  2. Click Settings > Data Export.
  3. Under Export Your Account Archive, click Request Data.
  4. You’ll receive an email at the address associated with your Fitbit account. Open the email and confirm your data archive request. 
  5. You’ll receive another email with a link to download your Fitbit account data. 
  6. Download and save the data file to your computer. If you have a Fitbit family account, you’ll see separate folders for each child account.
Note that if you have a large amount of Fitbit data it can take up to a few days to generate your account data archive. Check the status of your request in your Data Export account settings.

What Fitbit data can I export?

Data typeDescription
ActivitySteps, distance, active minutes, calories, floors, heart rate, stationary time, cardio fitness score, and more. For more information, see How do I export my Fitbit GPS data?
ExerciseExercise history, exercise logs
SocialFitbit community groups you're a member of, challenges, badges, community group posts, and comments. For more information, see How do I export my Fitbit community data?
SleepYour sleep schedule, minutes asleep and awake, number of times you woke up, amount of time spent in bed, time spent in each sleep stage
CoachA summary of your Fitbit Coach workouts
CorporateWellness program information, including challenges
LogsFood, water, exercise, weight logs
ProfileProfile picture, child accounts, display name, sex, date of birth, age, height, weight, and other account settings
Direct messagesYour conversations in the Fitbit app 
Female healthInformation you added to the female health tracking feature in the Fitbit app, including your settings, symptoms, cycle information, and birth control information
Sleep scoreYour sleep scores, including the individual score breakdowns
FriendsA list of your Fitbit friends
SubscriptionsFitbit Premium subscription information 

How do I export my Fitbit community data?

Export your community forum data, like posts and comments, or the personal information you used to make your profile. 

  1. Go to your community settings.
  2. Under the Personal Information tab, click on the type of data you want to export.
  3. Save the downloaded file to your computer.

How do I export my Fitbit GPS data?

Export data for GPS exercises to a Training Center XML (TCX) file, which displays GPS data as activities. Note that TCX files only show data for exercises that use GPS. 

  • iPhones, iPads, and Android phones
    1. Tap the Today tab User-added image,  and tap the Exercise tile User-added image
    2. Tap the activity with GPS data that you want to export.
    3. Tap the 3 dots, then tap Export as TCX File (on Android phones, tap Download TCX file).
    4. Share or save the file.
  • fitbit.com dashboard
    1. Click Log > Activities.
    2. Find the activity with GPS data that you want to export, and click View Details.
    3. Click the 3 dots > Export as TCX file.
    4. Save the downloaded file to your computer.
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Last updated: November 1, 2019
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