I used to be able to see my calorie data on my watch by going into s.health, pressing calories, and there used to be a details button that is no longer there that would let me scroll back through several days of calories. Now, all I see is my current weeks calories by day but is doesn't even tell you what you've burned each day.
If I go into the S Health app on my phone, there's no calorie widget?! How can you have a fitness smartwatch that doesn't show calories?!!!
But even the bar chart doesn't tell me how many calories I burned in the past, I can't even see how many calories I burned yesterday as 'activity', and what you're suggesting is a workaround for a feature that was there previously
So I've just tried to set my daily 'activity' target to 2500 calories, and it's put me at 22% of my goal even though I've burned 2000 calories so far because it's only counting calories through actual activity so this solution doesn't even work!
I cannot believe that I'm unable to see how many calories I've burned other than in real time! It's rediculous
For anyone else that's struggling with this, I've found the best workaround. If you go into the S Health app on your phone, you can use the weight management app to set a target weight a calorie target, this will then allow you to look back on previous days using the 'trends' tab and see how many calories you burned.
Why Samsung would think to have a dedicated wiget in the S Health app for things like floors climbed, but not calorie burn is beyond me, at least put it there as an option like all the other wigets!
I have found a way to find previous calories burned in the Samsung Health app:
- go to Active Time
- this opens up 2 options, Track (todays data) or Trends
- go to Trends, and select the day you want to look and and scroll down; you'll see Daily Activity, Calories Burned
Can't find a way of viewing it on my watch as yet...