Sync Google Fit & Google Calendar To Track Fitness Goals

To assist your journey in achieving your New Year’s fitness goals, Google recently launched the Goals function. This new feature enables you to schedule goals for yourself in the Google Fit app. The latest addition to this is that users can see their goals on Apple Health and Google Fit, right on the Google Calendar app.

Google Fit

So now there is no longer a need to shuffle between numerous apps to schedule your fitness goals. However this is not all the integration of Goals into Google Fit. Once a goal is achieved, Google immediately marks your defined target as done.  When you open up Google Calendar, the app will show you all your progress so far.

In a statement made by Google, the company said, “If you’re setting out to achieve a goal, seeing progress can be a great motivation. Goals in Google Calendar makes finding time for activities like hitting the gym or going on more runs easy, but it hasn’t been as easy to track whether you’re reaching that goal -even if you’re using fitness-tracking apps in parallel- since you still have to manually mark your goal ‘done’ every time.”

Just as the company has done with other apps, Google has integrated artificial intelligence into the new goals function. So, if you have decided to go for a run at 6:30am every alternate morning, but only make it to your run by 7:00am, the app will automatically reschedule the event accordingly.

Over time, the public is sure to see a greater integration of the services. As all of Google’s services are working together more and more -just as Apple’s products do- users will surely see more Google services coming together.

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by techtalks @TechTalks March 27, 2017 7:03 AM UTC

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