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    Céline

    Hello David and welcome on the Withings Forum !

    You can see the steps taken during an activity by clicking on the bar on the chart. A black label will appear that shows the steps and calories taken during this period. Just move your finger across the chart to see other bars steps.

    Have a nice day,

     

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    davidflavell

    Hi, thanks for getting back to me. The bars are just half hour time slots, there isn't one consolidated block for an activity. It will give me a rough idea as I can roughly see what time I played, but unless my activity start/stop time matches the 30 minute bars exactly, it's impossible to know.

    For example, if I play football for 1 hour 15 minutes (starting at 7:05pm and finishing at 8:20pm) I can't actually see how many steps I took during that activity. I can only see how many steps I took between 7:30pm and 8pm, this means things like walking to the car, walking about afterwards would all show as steps.

    Is there no way of seeing just the steps taken for an activity? The same way it shows heart rate, distance covered and calories for a specific activity?

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