The exercise tracker allows you to track your daily fitness activity and maintain a record of your daily workouts. This information gets synced with your HealthVault account so you can use it across devices whenever you connect to your HealthVault account.
Swipe down from the top edge or right-click, and then select Exercise Tracker under the Trackers section.
Based on whether you want to add a cardio activity or a strength exercise, you can tap or click the + Exercise button.
You can either choose an exercise from your favorites list or enter an exercise name in the search box and choose from the suggestions.
You can modify the details of the exercise, which can vary based on whether it is a cardio activity or a strength exercise.
You can additionally add a set of exercises as a circuit by tapping the Save as a new circuit check box at the bottom.
You can also edit the exercises inline at a later stage.
The analysis tabs give you further information on the exercises you've added to the tracker.
The Health Tracker allows you to track your weight, cholesterol, blood pressure and vaccination schedules, consolidating all the information in one place for you to refer and track easily.
Swipe down from the top edge or right-click, and then select Health Tracker under the section Trackers.
Tap or click the Manage Trackers button at the top right corner and select/clear a particular tracker by tapping or clicking the tracker name.
Tap or click anywhere outside the drop down to close it and view the list of trackers.
Clear all the trackers from the Manage Trackers drop down as described in the previous section.
Select the trackers that you want to use in the order you would want to display on the page from left to right. For instance, if you want to view Blood Pressure Tracker followed by the Cholesterol Tracker then you should unselect all the trackers and tap or click Blood Pressure followed by Cholesterol.
The symptom checker allows you to choose a particular body part, choose from a list of related symptoms and then narrow down to a list of possible conditions, before reading about the individual conditions.
Swipe down from the top edge or right-click, and then select Symptom Checker from the list.
Tap or click the Gender drop down to choose the appropriate human body model that most closely resembles the person with the symptoms. This helps in displaying a more relevant set of symptoms based on the model chosen.
Tap or click a relevant body part or choose from Non-specific symptoms.
Tap or click one or multiple symptoms from the list of symptoms.
Tap or click Symptoms within the second level of symptoms to refine the list of possible conditions.
Choose a condition from the final list of conditions to read and understand more about it.
Additionally, you can also use the 3D Human Body feature to further understand a particular body that is affected by the condition you searched for.
The 3D human body allows you to choose from different organ systems of the human body and select specific body parts to read more about them.
Swipe down from the top edge or right-click, and then select 3D Human Body from the list.
Choose the appropriate gender of the human model by tapping the gender icon under the human body.
Choose the relevant organ system such as the nervous system or the muscular system if required, based on what you're searching for.
Rotate and scroll to the relevant portion of the body. You can also tap or click a particular region to zoom in.
Tap or click a particular body part or organ to highlight it and view the related article with more information on it.
You can additionally use the Related Anatomy and the Related Systems tabs to view related articles.
At any point, you can refresh the view to default by tapping or clicking the refresh button under the human body.
Additionally, you can use the Symptom Checker feature to check possible symptoms and related conditions.
The daily calorie target is the recommended calorie intake for you based on your lifestyle, weight goal and other profile information.
Swipe down from the top edge or right-click, select Trackers, and then select Diet Tracker.
Tap or click the Find your recommended daily calorie target tab.
In the Personalization pane, complete the My Profile and My Calorie Target sections.
In the My Calorie Target section, your recommended daily calorie target would be computed. Select the check box that reads Save as my daily calorie target.
Tap or click Save at the bottom of the personalization pane. This'll copy your calorie target to the diet tracker.
Additionally, you can edit the calorie target inline to a value of your choice by clicking the displayed value under the Target field.
Apart from an extensive list of food items that you can choose from while tracking your diet, the Bing Health & Fitness app also allows you to add your own custom foods and additional information. This can be used both for foods that don't exist in the app, and those which have dietary values different from those mentioned in the app. This will allow you to more accurately track your dietary intake.
Add a food item under the relevant food section.
Scroll to the tab titled custom in the Add Food section.
Tap or click the Enter Custom Food header in that section.
Additionally, you can also enter a custom food in the search box and in case no corresponding food item is found, choose Add this as a custom food? from the dropdown.
Enter the custom food details including Food Name, Serving Size and Calories contained.
Tap or click Save once you have entered the details. The custom food should now show under the Custom tab.
You can additionally enter the fat, protein and carbohydrates contained in the custom food in grams. This helps in tracking their percentage consumption on a particular day along with the calories consumed.
Comparing food items allows you to better understand what you consume and therefore make a more informed decision when it comes to choosing between different food items and their serving sizes. The feature allows you to compare all the dietary information for two foods.
Select Nutrition and Calories from the Quick Access section.
Search for a particular food item and tap or click from the suggested options.
In the food details page, tap or click Compare.
Search for the second food item and choose from the suggestions.
Choose appropriate servings and serving sizes for the two food items being compared.
Additionally, you can also view the entire food details for any of the two foods by tapping or clicking See Full Nutritional Info at the bottom.
At any point of time, to return to the original food details page, tap or click outside the Compare Foods pop-up.
The daily calorie target tool recommends a calorie intake based on your lifestyle, weight goals and profile information. There are certain things that need to be noted while using this information in the diet tracker:
The values are personalized for you and are recommended by taking your keeping and intended weight goal in mind. At any point changing your profile information such as gender, height, weight and age can also affect these values.
A minimum of 1200 calories is recommended for a healthy nutritional intake. A recommended calorie value less than 1200 calories should not be adhered to.
The Bing Health & Fitness app is made for people above 14 years of age. People under the age of 14 should not try to compute their recommended daily calorie target using this tool.
Additionally you can read through the disclaimer.
You can choose from four different font sizes – small, medium, large or x-large and two text styles from within an article that you're reading.
Swipe up from the bottom of the screen or right-click to see the app commands.
Tap or click Text Size and choose an appropriate text size.
Tap or click the Text Style to toggle between the two text styles for displaying the article text.
Windows 8 and beyond have been optimized for use on touch devices, but the same experience can be achieved using your keyboard and mouse.
Make the top and bottom navigation bars appear: Right- click with your mouse or press
on your keyboard.
Close the app: Using your mouse, click and hold the app at the top middle of the screen. Drag it to the bottom of your screen and release to close it. Or, enter Alt+F4 on your keyboard.
Scroll through content: To browse through content horizontally as in articles, you can use the scroll bar at the bottom of the screen or the scroll wheel of the mouse. To browse through content vertically within a section, you can use the scroll bar at the side or the scroll wheel of the mouse. To browse through content using the keyboard, use Tabto move through sections and Spacebar or Enter to complete actions within a section.
Your feedback is imperative for us to be able to serve you better and improve the app experience for all our users, besides helping us add new features to address your concerns.
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen or press
on the keyboard.
Tap or click Settings and then select Feedback.
Enter your feedback in the form and tap or click Submit.
The Bing Health & Fitness app has localized content across 36 different markets.
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen or press
on the keyboard.
Tap or click Settings and then select Options.
Choose the language of your choice from the drop-down list.
Please note that changing the market would erase the recent content from the app.
The Bing Health & Fitness app couples rich content with a sublime user experience across fitness, nutrition and medical information. From interactive human body maps to multi-angle fitness videos, from an extremely exhaustive foods database to a comprehensive symptom checker, this app holds a lot of information for every user. To assist in efficiently browsing through and discovering content in the app, a powerful in-app search feature is available to you.
Enter any search query in the global search box at the upper-right corner in any page. You can start typing anywhere inside the app and the search query will automatically appear in the search box.
Based on your search query, the Bing search engine will either power results across the four verticals (Fitness, Nutrition, Medical and Articles/News) in a generic search results page or a more detailed result through a dedicated browse page. For instance, searching for the word "heart" would show generic search results whereas searching for "barbell front split squat" would give you a dedicated fitness browse experience.
On the browse pages, you can filter content based on pre-defined filters that get activated based on the content being searched. Multi-selection of filters and values within those filters is supported.
Additionally, you can also do one of the following to find relevant content in the app:
Swipe down from the top of the screen or right-click the Home Page and select from one of the multiple tiles in the top header.
Swipe right across the home panorama and choose from a rich collection of showcased content.
Tap or click a particular tile in the Quick Access bar.
You can personalize your app experience by completing your profile and selecting your content preferences in the personalization pane. This will personalize the fitness content that is featured on the Home Page, the in-app browsing experience, calculate your calorie burn rates and recommended calorie targets besides syncing your account with HealthVault.
You can open the Personalization pane by swiping from the right and selecting My Profile under Settings.
The personalization pane has four sections and it is recommended that all sections are completed to enjoy a seamless personalization experience. Additionally, the My Calorie Target section mandatorily requires My Profile section to be filled in to compute your recommended daily calorie target. Syncing with HealthVault only helps in syncing and keeping track of your tracker information, but doesn't sync or update your profile information.
If you have a HealthVault account, you can sync it with Bing Health & Fitness, so that you see your HealthVault data in the Health Trackers and data you add to Bing Health & Fitness is saved to your HealthVault record. Connecting with HealthVault allows you to sync your health, diet and exercise tracker data across multiple devices.
Before you start:
Bing Health & Fitness connects with your HealthVault account using your Microsoft account.
If you connected your Windows user account with a Microsoft account (recommended), be sure it’s with the same one used for your HealthVault account. You won’t be able to sign in to HealthVault with a different Microsoft account.
If you haven't connected your Windows account with a Microsoft account, you'll be asked to enter your Microsoft account during the following steps.
If you need to add your Microsoft account to HealthVault, you can add it now by following the steps in this knowledge base article.
To connect Bing Health & Fitness with your data in HealthVault:
In Bing Health & Fitness, tap or click
Sync to HealthVault
Tap or click I accept.
Here are some things to check when you think your data is missing:
Have you signed in to the right account?
Check that you've signed in to the correct HealthVault account. See more info in the section "How do I connect with my data in Microsoft HealthVault?"
If you already have a HealthVault account, you shouldn’t be asked to create a new account when you sync it with Bing Health & Fitness.
Are you looking at data for the right person?
When you sync it with HealthVault, Bing Health & Fitness gets the data from the “default” person, the person whose information appears first when you sign in to HealthVault, usually yourself. You can’t choose to use Bing Health & Fitness for a different person.
Is your computer connected to the Internet?
Bing Health & Fitness can work offline. It will sync the data with HealthVault the next time you’re connected to the Internet.
To disconnect from HealthVault, swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen or right-click, and then choose
Disconnect from HealthVault. Please note that any data that synced from HealthVault before you disconnected will still be available in Bing Health & Fitness, but the data will no longer stay in sync.
You don’t need to disconnect each time you’re done using Bing Health & Fitness for the moment. Instead, only disconnect if you’ve decided you no longer want to keep HealthVault and Bing Health & Fitness in sync. You can help protect your sensitive data by locking or signing out of Windows when you’re away from your PC.
If you need further assistance using Bing Health & Fitness, please go to the
Bing App Community
If you need help solving a problem with HealthVault connectivity, please go to
HealthVault Customer Support.
If you need help with your Microsoft account, such as resetting your password, please go to
Microsoft account support.