Creating a Friend Challenge
To create and join fitness challenges, tap the "Challenges" icon to the left of the + icon on the Start Workout screen. You can toggle between "My Challenges" (challenges you are currently participating in) and "New Challenges" (sponsored challenges that are currently active, but that you have not joined). You can also tap the "Create" icon in the top right corner to create your own challenge with friends!
After tapping "Create," fill in the requested fields to create your challenge. Lastly, invite your friends to participate! Tap "Next" to review your Challenge Details before sending invitations to your friends. When you are ready, tap "Send Challenge." Your invited friends will receive your request and can either accept/decline the invitation to participate. Note that if your profile is set to private, you will not be able to create a friend challenge or be invited by a friend to participate.
Viewing Challenge Leaderboards
Once your challenge has been created and at least 1 participant has accepted, you can view your challenge's leaderboard. To do so, open the MapMy app > Challenges > select "My Challenges" from the top > then select the challenge of interest.
Leaving a Friend Challenge
To leave a friend challenge you have already joined, go to the "Rules" section of the Friend Challenge > tap "Leave Challenge." If you are the challenge's creator, you must tap "End Challenge," which will end the challenge for all participants.
If your workouts are not counting toward a friend challenge, please make sure that you have read the rules for qualifying workouts. To view the rules, open the app > Challenges > My Challenges > tap on the challenge > tab over to "Rules."
If your workouts do adhere to the rules of the challenge, please submit a request here that we can investigate the issue further. Be sure to provide specific workout dates/activities for workouts that are not counting, and include screenshots of the current leaderboard as well as the rules pages so that our team can best triage your issue.