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What else can I track on my Fitbit dashboard?

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In addition to the stats automatically recorded by your tracker, you can manually log the measurements described below on your Fitbit.com dashboard.

The following features are available only to customers who created a Fitbit account on or before September 28, 2014.

Heart Rate

You can manually log your resting, normal, and exertive heart rate measurements to see graphs of your data.

Blood Pressure

You can manually log blood pressure measurements on your Fitbit account to see graphs of your data.

Blood Glucose

You can manually log your blood glucose measurements on your Fitbit account to see graphs of your data. You can track your morning, afternoon, evening, and HbA1c percentage, or add your own glucose trackers. Fitbit users have access to three glucose trackers, and Fitbit Premium members have access to an unlimited number of trackers.

Custom Trackers

Custom trackers are available to help you log anything for which we have not already provided a tracker. Examples might include how many grams of sugar you eat in a day or whether or not you smoked. Unlimited use of one custom tracker is available to all Fitbit users. Fitbit Premium members have access to unlimited custom trackers.

To create a custom tracker:
  1. From your Fitbit.com dashboard, click Log at the top of the screen.
  2. Click the Add custom tracker link in the upper right corner of the Log page.
  3. Enter a name for the item you'd like to track, the unit used to measure it (such as "milligrams" for caffeine), and choose a tracking type (either "number" for tracking quantity or "yes/no" for tracking whether something occurred).
  4. Click Add Log. Your custom tracker will now be visible on the Log page beneath the standard row of default tracking options.

When selected, your custom tracker will display a graph to compare the last 30 days of data.

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Last updated: October 14, 2014
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