Thank you for all your help.

I would like to be able to register the number of steps taken in the “Health app” and “Google fit” apps to an app created with AppGyver.

I would like to know if this is possible.

If it is possible, I would like to know how to do it.

Thank you in advance.

Hi, I have never tried but it may be possible to count my steps with the gyroscope variable.

No, it’s with sensorVars.accelerometer

https://docs.appgyver.com/docs/start-accelerometer-poller?highlight=sensorVars.accelerometer

Find the good formula is not easy, something like :

```
length = (x * x + y * y + z * z)
if(length>=2, stepcount+=1, null)
```

Thank you for your response.

I understand.

I will try to see if I can actually do this case.

In the process, I have one question.

Where can I touch to set the parameters of the page you mentioned?

Is it one of the parameters in the image?

The sensor variables are in the editing formula.

Thank you for your reply.

Thanks to your help, I was able to confirm the location of the sensor variable settings.

I also referred to the following article on sensor variables.

https://docs.appgyver.com/docs/formula-functions#sensor-variables

So, I have a question about the calculation formula.

It says, " `sensorVars.accelerometer.latestValue.`

`x`

provides the value for acceleration along the X axis, while `sensorVars.accelerometer.latestValue.`

`y`

gives the Y axis.".

I would like to display the number of steps taken by Googlefit, etc. on the screen of the application created with AppGyver.

So, in the calculation formula, is it correct to input the information about the number of steps obtained by Googlefit, etc. on the X-axis and input the time on the Y-axis?

I am sorry, but my understanding is not up to speed and I have to ask this question again and again.

I think we have to take into account X, Y and Z in the formula.

I’m not sure, I’ve never done it.

Thank you for your reply.

Thank you very much for all the information you provided.

I understand.

I will try to find out more.