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    Hi,

    I'm sorry if this all sounds rather basic or if there is an obvious place to find the info, but I couldn't find anything.

    I'm trying to look back through my "Step History". I want to be able to look at step totals for specific days or list days in a specific period when I didn't hit my target?

    I have found on my "Profile" a page that lists the last 12months steps in a graph format, where I get a monthly total, but can't see day by day totals.

    On the same "Profile" page I can see Daily Steps, this starts with Today's figures and below that yesterdays and so on, it also has "show more" at the bottom, but I can't get this to go back further than one month, so for example today (7th November) the earliest steps count I can get is 8th October.

    I think if I could show Steps on my Calendar, this would work, but at the moment, I just have Activities where I use the GPS function like Running Cycling; Hiking etc on my Calendar.

    Any help would be very gratefully received!

    Thanks
    H

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    You can show the steps widget in list mode but it will only go back one year. I can't think of an easy way to go past one year. The calendar allows you to place a checkmark on steps but they don't show for me.
    Last edited by pshare; 11-07-2017, 05:55 AM. Reason: Added extra info
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    • #3
      Try going to https://connect.garmin.com/modern/dailySummary/steps, then (in your browser's address bar) edit the date in the URL to which the link redirects.
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      • #4
        That works Then you can use the <> keys at the top right to scroll through data records.
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        • #5
          Yep, thanks ASmugDill that is great, I thought "oh I'm going to have to change the URL every time" but it works exactly like pshare says, you can just scroll back/forward once you have changed the URL once.

          Makes me wonder why it normally stops at one year, but I don't mind now I know how to do it!

          H

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