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Is this inclusive?
We pride ourselves on being inclusive. Traditional office steps challenges just focus on steps, which excludes people who find walking challenging. Myles includes over 100 activity types and sports, so people can take part in whichever way works best for them.
How do the leaderboards work?
The leaderboards reward individual improvement as well as total effort, making it a level playing field for different fitness levels:
Total - This leaderboard looks at the total number of Smyles you've gained this month
Improvement - This leaderboard is your improvement compared with your previous 3 months, (e.g. +20%)
We also normalise activities and sports so that everyone can see themselves on a fair leaderboard no matter how they exercise.
What are Smyles?
Smyles are the points we use in the Myles Wellbeing app. You earn Smyles through doing physical activity as well as completing challenges and earning trophies.Smyles are based on MET (Metabolic Equivalent Tasks) which allows us to assign a fair number value to different activities and sports, depending on the effort that is required for them.
Do you connect with fitness trackers?
We connect with a wide range of fitness trackers that's always expanding. Popular ones include Apple Health, Garmin and Fitbit, but you can also see our full list of fitness trackers.
Does my whole company need to sign up?
Myles works well for entire organisations as well as individual teams. Your whole company doesn't need to sign up.
What countries is Myles available in?
Myles is available internationally and is supported in most countries.
What activities can be tracked?
The list is too long to have everything here, but in summary, if you can think of it then you can probably track it. Some examples are daily steps, cycling, running, gym workouts and football.