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How do the improvement and total leaderboards work?
How do the improvement and total leaderboards work?

An explanation as to how our total leaderboard and improvement leaderboards are calculated and what they mean.

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Written by Toby Cannon
Updated over a week ago

Improvement Leaderboard

The improvement leaderboard is designed to highlight and reward people making the biggest positive lifestyle changes by becoming more physically active.

You'll need at least some activities recorded in the previous month in order to be displayed on this leaderboard.

We look at your average Smyles over the previous months (between 1-3 months, depending on how long you've been signed up), and then calculate your percentage increase or decrease for this month.

For example, if you were in the third full calendar month of being signed up, in month 1 you gained 8,000 Smyles, in month 2 you gained 12,000 Smyles and in this month you had 15,000 Smyles, your improvement would be +50%. This is because the average of your previous months is 10,000, and you've increased by 50% to 15,000 this month.

Total Leaderboard

The total leaderboard focuses on the amount of Smyles a person has gained that calendar month. Smyles for all of your activities, as well as achieving trophies and completing challenges will appear on here.

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