Lark - Connecting Apple Watch
Why use an Apple Watch with Lark?
Lark can be used with the Apple Watch to automatically track activity data through the watch’s motion sensors. Just by linking your Apple Watch to your iPhone, you’re already collecting activity data. Lark reads the Steps from Apple’s Health app on your iPhone in order to calculate minutes active.
Where do I get an Apple Watch?
How do I setup Lark on the Apple Watch?
Note: Make sure your Apple Watch device name includes the phrase "Apple Watch" somewhere in the text. It must be in English.
You can check the name and edit it by opening the Watch app on your iPhone, tap "General", then tap "About". The first field is for the "Name" of your Apple Watch, and you can edit it by tapping the name. See below:
In order to use your Apple Watch's Step data, first you need to grant Lark permission to access your Health app. Navigate to the Settings tab of Lark, then tap "Connect to Health".
Grant permissions for every data stream you would like Lark to access, but specifically Steps in this case so that Lark can import your Apple Watch data.
In order to add the Lark app to your Apple Watch, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then scroll down into the 3rd party apps sections and find "Lark" alphabetically in the list.
Tap on "Lark" and you will be presented with this screen:
Make sure the "Show App on Apple Watch" option is turned on, and if you would like to enable the Glance, turn the "Show in Glances" to on as well.