Modern smartphones are already equipped with more essential features including those that help users keep track of their health. In Samsung devices, there’s an app called Samsung Health that serves this purpose. In case you need some input on how to make full use of this app, I’ve prepared a simple tutorial for your reference. Here’s how to set up Samsung Health Profile on Galaxy S20.
Easy steps to set up your Samsung Health Profile on Galaxy S20
Time Needed : 10 minutes
Highlighted below are the standard process of setting up a Samsung Health profile on the new Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone. Screenshots are also provided to ensure that all Android newbies won’t have a hard time navigating through the screens and menus. And here’s how it works.
- Access the Apps screen to get started.
On the next screen populates different shortcuts to apps and services installed on your device.
- Tap to open the Samsung folder.
This folder holds Samsung-related services and apps you can use.
- Tap Samsung Health.
The Samsung Health app will be launched. A Samsung account will be necessary to use this app.
If prompted, read and review the first time usage screen messages then tap Start-> Next or I agree to continue.
- From the Samsung Health main screen, tap the Menu/Navigation icon.
Just look for the three horizontal line figure before Samsung Health.
A menu that contains the user's information will appear.
- Tap on the User icon to continue.
If necessary, fill in all details to complete your profile information.
- Tap the Edit icon next to Nickname.
This will activate the fields for you to edit entries.
- Enter your nick name on the respective field then tap Done to save.
At the bottom part of the screen, you will see different command buttons.
- Tap Gender, select your gender then tap Next.
The information will then be saved.
The birth date menu will open next.
- Select your birth date then tap Next.
On the next pop-up menu, you will be asked to set your height.
- Select your height then tap Next.
The Weight menu opens next.
- Select your weight then tap Done.
All new changes you've made to your Samsung Health profile will then be saved.
- Android 10, One UI 2.0
- Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Ultra
If you want, you can also insert a photo to complete your profile.
And now that you’ve already set up your profile, the next thing you should do is to set achievable goals.
With Samsung Health (formerly S Health), you cannot just track your calories but also keep track of your weight, heart rate, stress levels, caffeine intake, blood pressure, blood glucose and more.
All you have to do in order to get started is to set up your profile and begin monitoring your wellness with your new Galaxy smartphone.
Samsung Health is a free app developed by Samsung itself. Aside from the Galaxy S20, Samsung Health is also compatible with other devices such as bike sensores, blood pressure, fitness trackers, weighing scales, heart rate monitors, and smartwatches.
Samsung Health also comes with a workout auto-detection feature to track your activities by recognizing your movements when you’re running or walking. Such health tracker app is definitely handy whenever you’re trying to get fit or lose weight.
And that covers everything in this tutorial. Please keep posted for more comprehensive tutorials, tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your new Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone.
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