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How to Use Siri to Access and Write Health Data in iOS 17.2?

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How to Use Siri to Access and Write Health Data

How to Use Siri to Access and Write Health Data in iOS 17.2? In iOS 17.2, Siri can access data from the Health app, which means you can ask Siri to read or write health information from the Health app. Continue reading to find out how it works.

Siri can now answer health and fitness questions using data from the Health app as of iOS 17.2. For example, if you have a connected monitor, you can inquire about your previous night’s sleep, the status of shutting your Activity rings for the day, or your blood glucose level.

The new Siri health functions are also available on Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra (2nd gen) models running watchOS 10.2. However, Siri’s access to health data on the Apple Watch is limited to the last week or so.

Here are some health-related questions you can ask Siri:

  • What’s my heart rate?
  • What’s my blood oxygen level
  • What’s my average walking pace?
  • How is my Move ring doing today?
  • How many steps have I taken this week?
  • How many calories have I burned today?

How to Use Siri to Access and Write Health Data in iOS 17.2?

To use the new feature, you must first enable it on your iPhone and/or Apple Watch. The steps below will show you how to do it.

iPhone

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Select Health.
  3. Select Data Access & Devices.
  4. Select Siri.
  5. Toggle on the Access Health Data switch.
Siri Access to Health Data

Apple Watch

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Select Health Apps and Services.
  3. Select Siri.
  4. Toggle the Allow Siri Access to Health Data switch on.
Apple Watch Siri Access to Health Data

Now that you’ve given Siri access to your health data, you can start querying it or using it to log data in the Health app easily.

Also Read: How to Fix Apple Watch Series 7 Charging Slowly

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