Fitbits are one of the best activity trackers and smartwatches with various features, including weather updates, daily activity logs, wallet, clocks, and alarms.
If you use alarms on your Fitbit, you might have seen a notification saying “Look Alive” on your Fitbit. What does Look Alive mean on your device?
Your Fitbit tells you to “Look Alive” when you have Smart Wake enabled on your advice. This feature wakes you up by sending the “Look Alive” notification when it detects you need to wake up. It’s just another way of saying, “Wake up.”
Read on to learn about the Fitbit Smart Wake feature and how you can turn off Alexa notifications on your Fitbit.
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What Is Fitbit Smart Wake?
Fitbit’s Smart Wake feature is a smart system that allows you to wake up from your sleep without feeling tired. It uses different algorithms, such as your heart rate, to wake you from rest when you are in light sleep. It is better than using the snooze button to wake up from deep sleep.
When you set the alarm on your Fitbit, you will see an option to enable Smart Wake. The Smart Wake feature is a better take on the “Snooze Button,” which lets you cut down on grogginess by only waking you out of light sleep.
This feature finds the best time to wake you using different algorithms, such as your heart rate, to determine when you are in light sleep. It will try to find the best time, starting 30 minutes before the set time. If Smart Wake cannot find the best time to wake you, it will go off at the appointed time and tell you to “Look Alive.”
This function is much better than the traditional snooze button, which wakes you out of deep sleep, feeling tired and groggy. Instead, with Smart Wake, you wake up feeling refreshed.
The Smart Wake feature is available in Fitbit Charge 3, Charge 4, Ionic, Versa, and Sense series devices. It works with your Alarms.
But if you find the “Look Alive” notification a little morbid and would like to turn it off, Fitbit lets you disable notifications for anything. Read on to find out how to turn off Alexa notifications on Fitbit.
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How to Turn Off Alexa Notifications on Fitbit?
You can turn off Alexa notifications on Fitbit by following these steps:
- Open the Alexa app.
- Select More > Settings.
- Select Notifications.
- Choose a service or feature and then use the toggle option to turn off notifications.
Fitbit allows you to use your device’s Voice Assistant (Google Assistant or Alexa). However, Alexa notifications can get quite annoying. You can turn off Alexa notifications on your Fitbit using the Alexa app.
You can also completely remove Alexa as Voice Assistant on your Fitbit. To do so, follow these steps:
- Go to your Fitbit device’s Settings.
- Scroll down to Voice Assistant.
- Toggle the Voice Assistant option off.
This process will unpair Alexa from your Fitbit device and prevent future notifications.
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