I just did it, not for any negative reason but I don't track on spark and wanted to try it here and it worked fine. But I've tried it on an app/site where I do track and didn't like it on there, so disconnected there as well. For now I only want to track my minutes on the Fitbit site.
So to disconnect it from spark, I clicked the link where I had gone to connect. It was a read more about it type button with a green Zip. It looks like an ad so hope it was NOT an ad as I don't click on ads (could have bugs). But it was announcing fitbit had partnered with spark. I just followed the steps to connect and it took me to the same button I had connected with, which said "disconnect." I did that.
BUT it then said that page does not exist and I searched around a bit and closed the site, then opened it and did the same thing and when I went in again I seemed to be disconnected.
THAT IS ONLY ONE STEP! YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE FITBIT SITE AND DISALLOW ACCESS!
Sigh, I only found THIS page because I already know a link that had been posted on the other app I use to track. I clicked that link, which took me to APPLICATIONS on my Fitbit page and there I saw the button to disallow access to spark.
It should not be this hard and probably isn't but it did disconnect me on both sides.
I would like to stay on this team, though. I think it is fine that spark partners with Fitbit as I like mine a lot.
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