We saw that the Nest Hub would get more extensive Google Fit and Fitbit connectivity at the beginning of this month. Asking Google Assistant for your Fitbit and Google Fit statistics is now possible.

Beginning this week, Google Fit and Fitbit connectivity settings began to trickle out; they should now be more generally accessible. To begin, go to Assistant settings andgt; Wellness andgt; Activity. Even though you can couple both, only one service can be in use at once. It is simple to disconnect in the interim.

When everything is set up, you may ask Assistant on your phone (Android and iOS) and Nest Hub questions like:

I walked how many steps today or last week. What is my current heart rate? heart rate during rest. Fitbit offers you Exercise zones as well (Peak, Cardio, and Fat burn minutes). I burned how many calories.

On both form factors, the answers show up as cards with an icon and Data from line on them. The assistant will mention that the data is based on your most recent sync.

None of this data is now displayed proactively on smart displays, although that could change in the future with an upgrade. The second-generation Nest Hub already contains a Wellness page that displays cards relating to sleep, including statistics and advice.

All of this occurs before Fitbit’s cross-platform compatibility with Google devices improves. Of course, the Pixel Watch will be released this fall, and the second-generation Nest Hub’s Sleep Sensing feature will work with Fitbit Premium.

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