Fitbit brings its stress management feature set to all its fitness trackers and smartwatches
Fitbit has brought its stress level monitoring functionality to all its current fitness trackers and smartwatches. The company introduced stress management last year with the Fitbit Sense, which has since made its way to the Luxe.
Specifically, the functionality is available on the Charge 4, Inspire 2, Versa 2 and Versa 3. The Ace 3 has missed the cut; Fitbit aims this fitness tracker at children, mind you. Fitbit integrates its stress management functionality as part of its dashboard, but you must have a Fitbit premium membership to view historical data.
If you do not subscribe to Fitbit premium, then you can only view today's data, which is rather stingy in our opinion. Nonetheless, the functionality could be a useful tool for tracking stress levels from day to day. You can also provide the Fitbit dashboard with feedback about your stress levels, although this does not train the app's stress management algorithm in anyway.