How to Get the Most Out of the New Fitbit Versa 3


Whether you’re new to the Fitbit family or you’re already a fan of the company, you’ll be excited to learn more about the new Fitbit Versa 3. This smartwatch is packed with advanced features, including SpO2 readings while you sleep, real-time GPS, and the Alexa voice assistant.

Real-time GPS

Using real-time GPS on your Fitbit Versa 3 will help you track your steps, find your lost phone, and get alerts when you’ve been out of range. But before you can use the feature, you’ll need to install the Fitbit app.

You’ll also need to make sure that you allow Fitbit to access your location. This is done by setting the Allow Location Access option to All the Time. To do this, open the Fitbit app and follow the on-screen directions.

Once the Fitbit app is set up, you’ll need to make sure you’re syncing the device with your phone. This will allow it to find and connect with your GPS satellites. The first time you do this, it will take a while to locate the satellites. Once you find them, you’ll be able to track your activity.

The Versa 3’s battery lasts up to six days on a full charge. It also comes with a charging cable, which is very useful. But you should be aware that metal jewelry can interfere with the GPS signal.

Battery life

Depending on what you do with the Fitbit Versa 3, you can expect the battery to last for up to six days. While this doesn’t have a ton of battery life, it’s better than many smartwatches.

Fitbit Versa 3 is a capable fitness tracker. It can track activity, sleep, and heart rate. It also has a built-in SpO2 monitor, which is a good way to find health problems. It can also play Apple Music and Spotify Premium playlists.

It comes with a soft silicone strap and a magnetic dock charger. It also has a curved-corner display. This makes it easier to see in bright light. It is also easier to read in the dark. However, it lacks an ECG feature. It’s not as sophisticated as the Sense.

In testing, the Versa 3 lasted a full six days. The Sense lasted about five to five and a half days. The Charge 5 lasted seven days.

The Versa 3 has a faster-charging feature, but it can also drain the battery quickly. In addition, it’s designed to wake up when your wrist is turned. If you don’t need to see the screen constantly, turn off this feature.

Alexa voice assistant

Using the Alexa voice assistant on your Fitbit Versa 3 can be a bit daunting. However, the process is quite simple if you know how to go about it. Here are some tips and tricks to getting Alexa up and running on your Fitbit Versa 3.

First, you need to connect your Fitbit smartwatch to your phone. Then you need to update the Fitbit app to the latest version. Then, you’ll need to sign in to your Amazon account.

Once you have signed in, you can connect Alexa to your Fitbit account. Once you’ve done that, you’ll need to select which voice assistant you want to use. You can select either Alexa or Google Assistant.

You can also choose which data sets you to want to share with Alexa. You can also control how your Fitbit data is used. You can change the volume or turn off the audio response. You can also change the language of the Fitbit app.

SpO2 readings while you sleep

Using the SpO2 sensor on the Fitbit Versa 3 is a great way to measure your blood oxygen saturation levels while you sleep. The Fitbit SpO2 sensor uses red light to estimate the amount of oxygen that red blood cells carry.

The SpO2 level can vary based on the amount of sleep you’re getting and other physiological factors. However, a high SpO2 reading is essential for your health. The average SpO2 level is between 95 and 100 percent. If your SpO2 reading is lower than this, you may be a candidate for sleep apnea.

If you’re using the Fitbit Versa 3 and want to get an idea of your SpO2 levels, you can use the SpO2 clock face. This clock face shows you the range of SpO2 values you have recorded in the last 45 minutes.

You can also view your SpO2 range in the Fitbit Today app. It also shows you your most recent average SpO2 level. In addition, you can see a graph of your Estimated Oxygen Variation, which is a visual representation of the average variability of your blood oxygen level.