ConXus Challenges – Teams
Available: October 4, 2017
This update includes enhancements to team challenges and provides greater flexibility in defining challenge completion rules based on either participation or results based completion for use within qualifying activities.
- Team challenges currently active will continue to display as they have.
- Challenges deployed with qualifying activities will continue to function as before based on the definition previously provided.
Team Challenge Updates
Team challenges allow participants to form teams and work together to reach milestones based on the team average progress.
For each challenge, you may define the maximum number of members in a team as well as the maximum number of teams. By default, any participant may create a team and any team member may accept or deny a participant’s request to join the team. Previous team challenges required the first team member of the team to be the team captain, exclusively requiring one individual to accept or deny potential team members.
The team leader board displays team-average progress for all teams. The member leader board displays individual progress for members of your team.
Challenge Completion Rules Update
Challenge completion is used to determine “met” status for qualifying activities as it relates to challenges. All challenges except Eat Well support completion based on either participation (completion of trackers) or results (achieving a specified milestone). This update allows clients the ability to choose the completion option that most clearly matches end-client expectations.
Relax & Revive, Sleep Smart, Better Bites, Hydrate for Life
Challenge completion occurs when either a defined milestone is met, or all trackers are entered. For team challenges, the defined milestone met uses team average progress and all trackers entered applies to all team members.
Lose for Health, Maintain Don’t Gain
As users can fall back in their progress in these challenges, challenge completion always requires that all trackers are entered. In addition, completion can require that a defined milestone is met. For team challenges, all trackers entered applies to all team members and the defined milestone met uses team average progress.
Great River Walk, Make a Move activity challenges
These challenges do not have a fixed schedule of trackers so the rules for tracker completion are different. Challenge completion occurs when either a defined milestone is met, or trackers are entered for a defined percentage of days in the challenge, determined on the challenge end date. For team challenges, the defined milestone met uses team average progress and the percentage of days trackers entered applies to all team members.
Eat Well step challenge
This challenge does not use milestones so challenge completion requires that all trackers are complete. There is no team option for this challenge.