The Progress App and Apple Health can share data with each other so if you are using both apps you won’t need to input certain entries twice.
Progress can write data to Apple Health for the following:
Progress can read data for the following from Apple Health:
Progress can also read data from Apple Health for the following to plot on charts (however please note that this data is not stored by Progress):
When you go to the ‘Add Measurements’ tab in Progress, if there is already an entry for weight for today in Apple Health, the weight screen will skip, and the entry that was made in Apple Health will be recorded in Progress. If there isn’t an entry for today but there is one from yesterday or before, Progress will preset the entry to this value – you’ll see the status bar change briefly to say where the data came from. The same process also applies to Body Fat Percentage and Waist Circumference.
Here’s how to enable the Progress integration with Apple Health:
If you find these permissions are enabled, but it’s not working, please try toggling the permissions on and off, other users have reported this as fixing it. If you find it still not working after that, please let us know.
Are you able to just double check that it’s enabled? Here’s how:
If you find these permissions are enabled, but it’s still not working, please try toggling the permissions on and off, other users have reported this as fixing it. If you find it still not working after that, please let us know by contacting us from within the app.
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