No you don't have to track each separately. It automatically syncs if you have it set up to do so through Sparkpeople. I absolutely love my Fitbit One. I keeps me motivated and makes me push myself to earn the badges they have. It will start out with you earning for climbing 10 floors for instance, then for 25, 50, etc. It does the same for steps, and when you track things on Fitbit, it syncs to Sparkpeople and vice versa. It really is awesome and was such a great investment for me!
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So you have to program it for each activity separately? i have a great GPS style "tracker". I do have to reset it for each activity which means I have to either turn it off when I change an activity...for example, walking/running or walking upstairs. I can track whatever I tell it to but it won't track more than one activity at a time Does fitbit do it all with minimal help from the user?
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i have the fitbit one and it is reallly cool. it tracks steps,stairs you walk up distance traveled. and it tracks it for you on sparkpeople for you. its very easy. i really like plus it will let you know just how active you really are.
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