Fitbit Versa Tips and Tricks

Fitbit Versa Tips and Tricks

For the Fitbit Versa and Versa Lite tips and tricks.

How to check notifications on Fitbit Versa

Swipe down from the top of the screen, or press and hold the top button on the right-hand side on the standard Versa. You can also manage some notifications options on Versa itself, swipe across to settings and head to notifications - here you can disable notifications during exercise or when you're asleep.

Turn notifications on or off on Fitbit Versa

Press and hold the left-hand button and swipe across from right to left. Then tap on the notifications section and turn on or off.

Instantly access music controls on Fitbit Versa

Press and hold the left-hand button. This will take you directly to music controls. The Versa Lite requires you to start music from your phone, while the standard Versa has on-screen control.

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Connect Bluetooth headphones to your Fitbit Versa

To listen to phone-free music you'll need to connect headphones to your Versa. On the watch, head into Settings > Bluetooth and you can connect to a new device. Put the headphones in pairing mode and they will appear on your Versa. Select the headphones to pair them with Versa and you're done. This isn't an option on the Versa Lite.

Setup a payment card in Wallet on Fitbit Versa

To setup a card for Fitbit Pay, you need to head into the Fitbit smartphone app, then tap your Versa in the top left-hand corner. You'll see the option for Wallet in the grid of icons below. You can then add your payment card. Fitbit Pay isn't available on the Versa Lite Edition.

How to pay using Fitbit Versa

If you have a payment card setup, you'll be able to press and hold the left-hand button on your Fitbit Versa to launch Fitbit Pay. You can then pay for anything up to £30 at a contactless card terminal.

Customise your Fitbit Versa display

Swipe to the apps and then press and hold an icon. You'll then be able to drag to rearrange the icons, including moving them to different pages.

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Add more apps to your Fitbit Versa

If you want to add or remove apps from your Versa or Versa Lite, head into the smartphone app and tap the Versa icon in the top left. You'll see apps in the grid below. Tap this and you'll see a list of all installed apps and those apps you can install in a separate tab.

Sign into Strava on your Versa

Although you can link and sync your Fitbit and Strava accounts, there's also the option to sign into the Strava app on your Versa or Versa Lite. This is again done in the smartphone app: as above, access your list of apps and locate the Strava app. You'll see a settings icon next to the app in the list. Tap this and you can sign-in with your Strava account details.

How to change the pool length on your Fitbit Versa

Swipe right to left on your Versa > tap Exercise > swipe across to Swim > tap the settings cog > change the pool length.

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