How do I get the summary on my Apple Watch?
See your weekly summary
- Open the Activity app on your Apple Watch.
- Turn the Digital Crown to scroll to the bottom of the screen, then tap Weekly Summary.
Why am I not getting my weekly summary on Apple Watch?
If you are not receiving the summary (check in Notification Centre), then it may help to follow these steps: On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Passcode > check that Wrist Detection is turned on. On your iPhone, in the Watch app, to go: My Watch (tab) > Health.
How do I check my weekly count on Apple Watch?
Open the Activity app and use Force Touch. Click on Weekly Summary. Scroll down a bit and you will see Steps. This will show your steps so far.
Does Apple watch track exercise automatically?
Forget to start your workout? Your Apple Watch can automatically detect when you start working out.
Why is my activity summary not working?
On your iOS device, head over to Settings app → Privacy → Motion & Fitness → and then turn on the toggles for Fitness Tracking and Health. Besides, open the Watch app on your iPhone → My Watch → Privacy → Now, ensure that Fitness Tracking and Heart Rate toggles are ON. Next, restart both your smartwatch and iPhone.
Does Apple Watch suggest new goals?
On Monday of each week, the Activity app provides a Weekly Summary via the Notification Centre on your Apple Watch. At the foot of the summary, a new Move goal (Active calories) may be suggested. If so, this will be based on your previous activity performance, along with the option to adjust the goal.
What is a good apple move goal?
These 260 active calories go towards our Move target, while the total calories are simply and indication of all the calories burned throughout the day, even when you’re sitting. Most people we know, including ourselves, aim for something around 600-700 as a Move target.