How to Track Your Steps on Apple Watch

Here’s how to track your steps apple watch using the Activity and Workout apps, as well as third-party apps.

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Open the Health app.

If you have an iPhone 6s or later, the Health app comes pre-installed on your device. To check your step count using the Health app:

Open the Health app.
Tap the “Health Data” tab.
Scroll down and tap “Steps.”
The number of steps you’ve taken in the last 24 hours will be displayed at the top of the screen.

Tap the Summary tab.

If you have an iPhone 6s or later, Health automatically counts how many steps you take every day. Just wear your watch and go about your daily activities.

You can check the number of steps you’ve taken today by tapping the Summary tab, then scrolling down to Steps. To see the number of steps you’ve taken over the last week, tap greater than 7 days.

To help you stay active, threeApple Watch Activity rings show how much you move, exercise, and stand each day. You can view these rings in the Activity app on your iPhone or directly on apple watch

Scroll down to see your step history.

To see how many steps you’ve taken today, open the Activity app on your iPhone. Scroll down to see your step history.

To see step counts for past days, tap History.

Tap a day to see your step count for that day.

Tap a day to see your step count for that day. To help you stay motivated, you can setweekly step goals and track your progress over time.

If you’re using an iPhone 5s or later, you can also see how many steps you’ve taken and how far you’ve walked in the last 24 hours or in the last 7 days. Just open the Health app and tap, then scroll down to Step Count.

Use the graph at the bottom of the screen to compare your step counts for different days or check your progress over time.

To see your step count for a specific day:

1. Open the Health app on your iPhone.
2. Tap the “Health Data” tab.
3. Scroll down and tap “Steps.”
4. Tap the graph at the bottom of the screen, then tap a day on the graph to see your step count for that day.

You can also check your progress over time by tapping the “Last 30 Days” or “Last 90 Days” buttons at the top of the screen.

To see more detailed information about your steps, tap the list of days above the graph.

The Health app on your iPhone gives you an easy-to-read overview of your health and fitness data, and it’s also where you track other important health information like medical appointments, immunizations, and medications.

If you have an Apple Watch, the Health app is also where you can view your progress and set goals for things like standing more often or taking more steps. And starting with watchOS 6, you can see even more detailed step information right on your wrist.

Here’s how to check your step count on your iPhone, iPad, ipod touch

Open the Health app and tap the Browse tab.
Tap Search, then enter “steps” as your search term.
Tap Steps under Activity Details to see more information about your steps.

And here’s how to check your step count on your Apple Watch:

Open the Health app on your iPhone.
Tap the Summary tab, then scroll down to Steps. Tap See All Data to view more detailed information about your steps.

Swipe up or down to see different metrics, such as distance, flights climbed, or active energy burned.

On your iPhone, open the watch app Scroll to the bottom and tap Privacy > Motion & Fitness. Turn on Fitness Tracking and Heart Rate.

When you wear your Apple Watch, it tracks your movements and estimates the distance traveled. These estimates are based on the pace of your arm movement and are calibrated using data from Built-in GPS and Wi‑Fi of your iPhone.

You can improve the accuracy of these estimates by calibrating your Watch. To do this, open workout app on your Watch and then scroll down to Settings > Calibrate Workout. Follow the instructions.

To change the time period that you’re viewing,tap last 7 days Last 30 Days, or Last 90 Days.

If you want to see how many steps you’ve taken over a specific period of time, you can change the time period that’s shown in the Activity app.
-Open the Activity app on your iPhone.
-Tap the History tab.
-To change the time period that you’re viewing, tap Last 7 Days, Last 30 Days, or Last 90 Days.

To see your step count for a specific day, tap the calendar icon, then tap the day you want to view.

To see your step count for a specific day, tap the calendar icon, then tap the day you want to view. If you want to see more data, such as distance or flights of stairs climbed, scroll down to “Active Energy” and tap it.

You can also view your step data in the Health app on your iPhone. Just open the app, then tap “Health Data” and select “Steps.”

To see step counts for a different day, tap the day, then tap Today.

Apple Watch uses the built-in Accelerometer to estimate your steps taken, distance traveled, and calories burned. It has been calibrated for most people, but if you want to improve its accuracy, or if you regularly wear it on your non-dominant arm or with an accessory that interferes with its movement, you can calibrate it.

To see step counts for a different day, tap the day, then tap Today. Or ask Siri.
To get credit for a workout that you forgot start tracking, open the Workout app on your Apple Watch, then scroll down and tap Add Data for unfinished workouts.

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