H2OPal can sync its water intake to your Fitbit account.
You can do that by:
- opening the H2OPal app
- selecting "Settings"
- scrolling down and tapping on the Fitbit Sync option
- logging in with your Fitbit profile.
Here are example screenshots of this process in the app:
Now your H2OPal water intake measurements will also get recorded on your Fitbit account.
Fitbit stores tracking information in its online cloud. That's where H2OPal updates its tracking information and it should become immediately available if you login to the Fitbit website on your computer https://www.fitbit.
One way that often works to make sure the Fitbit app immediately syncs the latest H2OPal tracking data is to fully exit or "kill" the Fitbit app (double tap the home button and swipe the app of the screen) and then reopen the app.
Please note that the actual Fitbit trackers are devices that are similar to H2OPal. They're generally meant to connect to your smartphone and they're not able to connect with each other directly or have additional devices connect to them.
All communication still needs to first go through your smartphone and online databases.
Data to the Fitbit app generally travels like this:
1. measurement is made on H2OPal tracker ->
2. measurement gets synced over Bluetooth with H2OPal app ->
3. measurement gets sent by H2OPal app on smartphone to your online Fitbit account ->
4. measurement downloaded/synced by Fitbit app on your smartphone from your online Fitbit account.
The first three steps usually happen instantaneously and automatically, the last step depends on the Fitbit app. The Fitbit app normally checks for updates periodically several times throughout the day. As mentioned above, you can also force the app to look for and sync new data at any point by 'killing' the Fitbit app and reopening it.
This is just to say that the data on your Fitbit app may not always be 100% up to date when compared to the H2OPal app (the online dashboard on fitbit.com will actually always be up to date so long as your phone is able to access the internet), however, when you'll look at past days, for example, even on your Fitbit app, then your entire water intake from H2OPal should show up correctly.