Is there a way to use more than 1 Fitbit account? I tried but the second one would not authorize.
@aunrea For now, to get Imperial measurements, remove this line:
@aunrea The module is returning the sleep data from the web API directly, which can be found here: https://dev.fitbit.com/build/reference/web-api/sleep/
You can see in the code here that the result that is returned is “totalMinutesAsleep”:
Beyond that, I am not sure why it is adding time to your records. Apologies!
@Stoffbeuteluwe This should not be the case. What are the logs saying?
@aunrea This should work - I have 2 accounts on my MagicMirror and they have worked together for some time. What are you seeing?
Hi, this module is great! It works almost perfectly, the only exception being inaccurate sleep time. Mine is underreporting my sleep time. Any ideas?
@mkufner24 I have explained what I am doing to retrieve sleep data in an earlier post. Beyond that, I’m not sure!
I’m glad to hear you’re enjoying the module though
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I have dockerized my MM (https://github.com/bastilimbach/docker-MagicMirror) and having trouble getting MMM-Fitbit2 to work properly.
Some things I’ve attempted:
- I cannot launch a web browser from my container; it doesn’t have one.
- SSHing into the container to launch auth.sh will not launch a web browser to finish the setup
- Copying the token from my old MM doesn’t seem to work.
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@Vizulize It would be great it you could allow the issue creation on GitHub, this will be easier to contribute and raise issue.
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@aunrea I have the same behavior with a second account, like if some cache was used.
My workaround was to clone the repository on my laptop (not on my RPi) and run the Python script from there and then copy/paste the tokens-XXXXX.json file to my RPi.