Apple Watch has been shopping more about health and less about other features like Siri. It's not just Tim Cook who sees the clock as a way to get better on keeping fit. But a cold and dark November morning there are few who shoot out of bed and go out on a lap or wedge to the gym with a smile on their lips, even though it fills all the rings on Apple Watch.
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A way to give yourself more motivation while helping others in the same way is to start sharing activity data with others. If you have any relatives, friends or colleagues who also have an Apple Watch and want to come or stay fit, you can start sharing your daily achievements with each other, thus pepping and motivating you.
Here's how you started with activity sharing:
- Open the Activity app, tap the Share tab, then Get started then the plus sign in the top right.
- Fill in a customer's Icloud address or select someone from the list of suggestions.
You can share activity data with as many as you want, the only requirement is that they also have Apple Watch because the whole idea is mutual sharing.
By touching a shared contact in the Share tab, you can see more information about how the person's day and week look.
You can also view information about the contacts activity directly on Apple Watch. Open the Activity app and swipe left to view the Share screen. At the time you also get notifications when contacts close all their rings, finish a workout or win an achievement.