See activity and health reports for family members
After setting up daily activity goals, you can see how active your family member was each day. With your family member’s permission, you can also view their health information.
Note: Activity goals on an Apple Watch managed for a child differ from those for adults. The move goal is based on move minutes rather than active calories, and the exercise goal focuses on minutes of brisk activity such as running, jumping, and playing. If your child is 13 or younger, outdoor run, walk, and cycle workouts are tailored for this age group.
See an activity report
After setting up activity goals for your family member, open the Health app on your iPhone.
Tap Browse, then tap the name of your family member under Shared Health Data.
Tap the timeline to see how active your family member was up to that time of day.
You can view activity information by day, week, month, or year.
See health information
If your family member has allowed you to, you can see additional information about their activity as well as body measurement, hearing health, and heart rate information.
Open the Health app on your iPhone, then tap Browse.
Tap the name of your family member under Shared Health Data.
Tap Health Categories, then tap a category.
Add health details and Medical ID
If you didn’t enter your family member’s health details during setup, follow these steps:
Open the Apple Watch app on the iPhone used to manage the watch.
Tap All Watches, then tap the watch under Family Watches.
Tap Done, tap Health, then do any of the following.
Tap Health Details to enter or edit information such as birthdate, height, and weight.
Tap Medical ID to add emergency contacts and more.
You can see health details and Medical ID on the iPhone used to manage the Apple Watch and on the watch.
On your iPhone: Open the Health app, tap Browse, tap your family member’s name, then tap Profile.
On the managed Apple Watch: Open the Settings app on the Apple Watch, then tap Health.