Select Fitbit trackers can capture GPS data including route, distance, and pace in your exercise history.
If your tracker doesn't offer GPS, you can use the Fitbit app to capture GPS data during your workouts (known as MobileRun). For more information, see How do I use the Fitbit app to capture GPS data?
Does my tracker have GPS?
Three Fitbit trackers offer GPS functionality:
- Fitbit Surge has built-in GPS. Select a run or exercise to see whether it includes GPS data.
- Fitbit Blaze and Fitbit Charge 2 work with the sensors on your nearby mobile device to track GPS data (known as connected GPS). Choose an exercise to see whether it includes connected GPS. For information on how using connected GPS once can improve your stride length calculation, see How do I measure and adjust my stride length?
For step-by-step instructions on tracking exercise with Surge, Blaze, or Charge 2, see How do I use multisport or exercise mode on my tracker?
Can I see a larger GPS map?
After you complete a GPS activity and sync your tracker, the activity is saved to your exercise history in the Fitbit app. To find details on your route map that might be hard to see on your phone's screen, look at the map on a computer instead. To do so, log into fitbit.com. At the top of the dashboard, click Log
to see your activity log (known as your exercise history in the Fitbit apps). You can expand any workout to see more details.