With iOS 14, you can use widgets on your Home Screen or Today View to keep the information of your favorite apps readily available.
How to add Fitbod's Widget
Widgets are added via the Widget catalog. You can trigger this by editing your iPhone's home screen and tapping the + button at the top left. You can also add widgets to your Today View by swiping left on the first page of your Home Screen. The Fitbod app must be opened at least once for the widget to appear in the Widget catalog.
Once you add the widget to your Home Screen it will have placeholder data until you open the app and it sends updated information. Fitbod's widget comes in both small and medium sizes, you can run both the small and medium widget at the same time.
What does the Fitbod Widget do?
The widget shows how many workouts you have logged this calendar week, what your workout per week goal is, and upcoming workout details. The workouts/week ring will reset at midnight when a new calendar week begins. Third-party workouts will not count towards your goal on the widget at this time.
To edit your goal, open the Fitbod app and go to the Log tab. Select the settings icon at the top right. Then scroll down to Weekly Workout Goal. After a workout is logged, the widget will be updated. If you don’t see the widget update correctly, try force-quitting Fitbod and reopening. After 10 seconds or so the sync should be done.
The widget with your next workout info will show your very next workout. This next workout is locked for 3 days. If you have not opened the app in some days, the widget will tell you that you need to open the app to see the next workout.
If you have any questions about this feature or would like to share your feedback, please use our Submit a Request form and our Support Team will be happy to assist you.