Instead of pulling historical data from your account and importing it into another service, you can also set up a sync that will share your current data with another app on an ongoing basis. A great tool for this is If This Then That, or IFTTT, which connects multiple programs so that an event in one can trigger an action in another. To use IFTTT, head to its website, create an account, click your profile name on the top right, and hit New Applet. Click This and choose Fitbit as your trigger—you can choose to share steps, calories, weight, sleep, or a daily summary. Then, when IFTTT prompts you for an action, you can have that exported data go to an Evernote notebook, a Google Sheet, a weekly email, a text file in Dropbox, and so on. From the time you set it up, IFTTT will log everything in the way you specify. These ongoing exports are useful if you want to analyze your data, or if you think you might want to switch to a new service at some point in the future.