Seeing your name at the top of a leaderboard is motivation enough for some users. We have two different Leaderboard modes to accommodate these achievement-focused users. Game mechanics are very straightforward in these modes: ranking and a clear winner.
Not everyone is motivated by being #1 or beating others. Some individuals are motivated by the delight and surprise of unlocking variable rewards. In our Journey mode, users unlock new milestones as they reach specific points throughout the trail. The more they move, the more milestones they unlock.
For those who are motivated by continued improvement, Stick to it!, Streak and Target incorporate consistent rewards and nudging to maintain motivation. For example, in our Stick to It! mode, users receive a sticker for every day they meet their goal. Watching stickers build up encourages users to keep going and prevent a break in their progress.
Challenge modes like Streak and Target are better suited for a group of users with varying activity levels. Rather than focusing on who is beating who, users track personal progress towards achievable, individual goals.
Leaderboard is a crowd favorite among competitive groups. Create a daily steps, distance, or active minutes Leaderboard to see who can win the top spot. Great for a group with similar fitness levels.
Group collaboration comes to life with our Team Leaderboard, Group Target and Journey challenges. Work together to be the #1 team. Or, work as a group to complete a larger, collective goal.
To encourage variety, we allow challenges to be based on more than just steps. Create a Journey challenge with a long mileage goal or a Streak challenge based on a daily active minutes goal.
Learn more about each of our challenge modes and who they are best suited for
Working towards a fitness goal can be daunting alone. That’s why we incorporate social motivation into our challenges.
For every challenge, users are able to see their own scores as well as the progress of other participants. Users can view the challenge leaders, people similar to them and the average stats for the overall group. This helps users benchmark themselves and put their own activity into context.Request a demo
Build a supportive health community using the challenge group chat. Participants can use chat to send photos of how they are getting steps in, cheer each other on and share healthy living tips.
I cannot say enough great things about this app!! I’m currently engaged in a team challenge amongst a small group of colleagues and what an amazing motivator this has been! I’m literally walking on a treadmill, getting in my steps as I type this review.
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