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I rode 5 miles last night, and points were not credited.  No question it was 5 miles.  On both yesterday and today (Wed 2/26), I ran well over 10,000 steps and was credited the 150 points both times.  How do I know I was credited for the run, as oppo...
kb1248 02-26-2020 12:35 PM
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I talked to fitbit, and seem to have gotten some good help on the subject but we'll see if the adjustments made work.  I will attempt to ride the stationary bike tonight for the 5 miles that in accord with already having my fitbit synced with AARP sh...
kb1248 02-25-2020 11:41 AM
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I said that in my message, so thank you, but that is not at all helpful.  I'll try again. Ifi you go to the earn page, and click on trackers, point value and apply, the rundown includes points for BOTH steps, AND biking.  Telling me I'm getting point...
kb1248 02-24-2020 01:21 PM
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My steps appear fairly credited, although with no working transaction history, who knows.  Assuming they are, they seem based on my steps counted by my fitbit (Inspire, if you're scoring at home.  But the fitbit from what I can tell, including conver...
kb1248 02-23-2020 04:48 PM
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The limit of 150 points for 10,000 steps is probably based on an average of any and all participants.  I would like to see a higher barrier awarded to those accumulating over and beyond.  Examples might include... 15,000 steps = 200 points 20,000 ste...
kb1248 12-05-2019 12:59 PM
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I rode 5 miles last night, and points were not credited.  No question it was 5 miles.  On both yesterday and today (Wed 2/26), I ran well over 10,000 steps and was credited the 150 points both times.  How do I know I was credited for the run, as oppo...
kb1248 02-26-2020 12:35 PM
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I talked to fitbit, and seem to have gotten some good help on the subject but we'll see if the adjustments made work.  I will attempt to ride the stationary bike tonight for the 5 miles that in accord with already having my fitbit synced with AARP sh...
kb1248 02-25-2020 11:41 AM
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I said that in my message, so thank you, but that is not at all helpful.  I'll try again. Ifi you go to the earn page, and click on trackers, point value and apply, the rundown includes points for BOTH steps, AND biking.  Telling me I'm getting point...
kb1248 02-24-2020 01:21 PM
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My steps appear fairly credited, although with no working transaction history, who knows.  Assuming they are, they seem based on my steps counted by my fitbit (Inspire, if you're scoring at home.  But the fitbit from what I can tell, including conver...
kb1248 02-23-2020 04:48 PM
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The limit of 150 points for 10,000 steps is probably based on an average of any and all participants.  I would like to see a higher barrier awarded to those accumulating over and beyond.  Examples might include... 15,000 steps = 200 points 20,000 ste...
kb1248 12-05-2019 12:59 PM
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I rode 5 miles last night, and points were not credited.  No question it was 5 miles.  On both yesterday and today (Wed 2/26), I ran well over 10,000 steps and was credited the 150 points both times.  How do I know I was credited for the run, as oppo...
kb1248 02-26-2020 12:35 PM
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I talked to fitbit, and seem to have gotten some good help on the subject but we'll see if the adjustments made work.  I will attempt to ride the stationary bike tonight for the 5 miles that in accord with already having my fitbit synced with AARP sh...
kb1248 02-25-2020 11:41 AM
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I said that in my message, so thank you, but that is not at all helpful.  I'll try again. Ifi you go to the earn page, and click on trackers, point value and apply, the rundown includes points for BOTH steps, AND biking.  Telling me I'm getting point...
kb1248 02-24-2020 01:21 PM
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My steps appear fairly credited, although with no working transaction history, who knows.  Assuming they are, they seem based on my steps counted by my fitbit (Inspire, if you're scoring at home.  But the fitbit from what I can tell, including conver...
kb1248 02-23-2020 04:48 PM
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The limit of 150 points for 10,000 steps is probably based on an average of any and all participants.  I would like to see a higher barrier awarded to those accumulating over and beyond.  Examples might include... 15,000 steps = 200 points 20,000 ste...
kb1248 12-05-2019 12:59 PM
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