What makes FitnessSyncer unique is the ability to track your goals from multiple devices and platforms. Seeing your data in one place makes it easier to stay inspired, motivated, and accountable!
To get started, add your Goals on your Profile.
For example, if you want to track a weight goal from a device such as the Fitbit Aria, start by configuring a Body Composition Source Task from this device.
Once this is configured, visit the Goals section of your Profile, and:
Now you are ready to use your first goal. To see your goal, go to the Dashboard. On the Weight Chart, you will now see a Goal line at your chosen value. You will also see your goals highlighted in KPIs on the Calendar or Email Updates.
Here are ideas for other goals you can set:
Set granularity to None for goals that cannot be summed per day, such as weight, blood pressure, or glucose. Set granularity to Day, Week, or Month, for goals such as steps per day, workouts per week, etc.
You can also manage historic goals within FitnessSyncer. Most of these will be automatically managed when you save, but you can also go into the settings of the goal and add historic values. Keep in mind that the current value has been removed from the list you are editing and is not affected by these changes.
For each of your goals which are daily goals, you can see how many days back you have met this goal on the Dashboard. For example, if your goal is 10,000 steps a day, and for the last 3 days, you have met that, but 4 days ago, you did not, this would tell you 3 days of meeting the goal. Likewise, the Your Best will show you the most consecutive days of meeting that goal.
FitnessSyncer Pro users can add unlimited goals on any data set. Non-Pro users have a basic set of metrics that are available goal tracking.
FitnessSyncer Pro users can all apply filters to their goals. For example, you can create a goal to run 3 times a week by adding a filter to filter out activities that are not running. Such goals would be displayed only on charts that have the same filter applied.