Fitbit’s Health Metrics dashboard is a new tool in the Fitbit app that will help users keep a closer eye on your health and wellbeing. The dashboard provides access to track metrics like heart rate variability, breathing rate, oxygen saturation (SpO2), and skin temperature variation.
In addition to the above-mentioned smartwatches, Health Metrics dashboard will be available for Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 users.
As announced by the company, the feature will be available for Fitbit Premium members as well as regular users. Fitbit users will be able to see their 7-day trends for free, while all Premium members with compatible devices can use the tool to track their 7-day and 30-day trends and personal ranges for each metric.
The company in a press statement said that the Fitbit Charge 4 users will get an update on their devices allowing them to see SpO2 reading and skin temperature readings in the Health Metrics dashboard.