This is a detailed guide that describes ways an individual can earn Points and the different eligible activities for the Go365 program.
Please note * This guide reflects the experience of a primary member.
Clear and concise.
easy to understand. Thank you
This step by step has been very helpful. It's always an adventure to see the new ideas posted!
The guide is very thorough and understandable. My question is why an activity would not have earned points. It clearly states 5 points for every 15 minutes or more at 60% of maximum heart rate. My max should be approximately 193 (220-age). 60% is approximately 116. I have an activity where my heart rate was at this level for 36 minutes, therefore should be 10 points and it doesn't even show on the dashboard at all, while a walk that I did earlier in the same day, does show. Please explain.
Thank you for reaching out! What device are you currently using? I would be happy to take a closer look for you!
I have realized the problem. Why can’t go365 access heart rate data from
On Wednesday, August 7, 2019, go365admin3 <
Some apps are only able to share certain verified data with Go365. Currently, Strava is only able to share calorie data and Apple Health is only able to share step data. I am sorry for any inconvenience.
Is it something your team is trying to work on with those companies? I know
I have seen a lot of posts/frustration regarding this very thing.
On Friday, August 9, 2019, go365admin3 <
Unfortunately, because if you have a compatible device connected through another device, it will be considered third party and not verified. I understand the frustration, please know any changes made to the devices will be communicated in an announcement.
This doesn't explain why go365 does not award point for verified workouts (heart rate and calories) tracked on apple watch or fitbit devices. Arguably, these two device types account for the majority of trackers used by go365 members - and go365 only awards steps? Big gap here for sure. I would imaging a member using points to purchase a Fitbit HR device would be disappointed to find only their steps were credited to go365.
I don't understand why I can't get both my gym check in and steps on the same days. I only get the steps when they exceed the check in at the gym. Seems unfair since it doesn't clearly state one or the other on this document.
I can't remember where I saw it documented, but I read that they only give you credit for one of the workouts, and it's whichever one will give you the highest points. So if you go to the gym and walk 3,000 steps in a day, you'll only get the 10 points for going to the gym, and not a combined 13 for both.
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