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Friends give me your advice pls 👇

(Topic created on: 11-11-2022 07:17 AM)
IndiW
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I wanted /or I created an individual challenge to do 50,000 steps in say 7 days 

So in my general English understanding, individual means, just for myself, just for me only. 




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However Samsung health app says... If no one joins you, Samsung will delete my challenge 


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I don't want to invite anyone, its for meeee, so what's your advice 
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Katsudonvince
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For "self-challenge", I go to Samsung Health ->Steps-> Tap the 3 dots at the right-hand corner and select set target.Screenshot_20221111_081707_Gallery_1000001585_1668154627.jpgScreenshot_20221111_081826_Gallery_1000001587_1668154706.jpgScreenshot_20221111_081841_Gallery_1000001588_1668154721.jpgScreenshot_20221111_081653_Samsung Health.jpg
IndiW
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Thanks so much for your reply, however that's for my daily steps.

I am trying to, kind of create a "weekly challenge" like walk 15km in 7 days..

So on the create page, it says "create individual challenge" ... Then it's asking me to "invite" Others.. Then it becomes a group challenge rather than for myself
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Sombody3
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Challenges are for groups of people. Individual challenge is were all the invitees verse each other whilst the other option (Team) is where you put the people who have joined the challenge into groups and the groups verse each other.
IndiW
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Ookk friend, so in other words, I can't create a challenge for myself?

For example, with Garmin/Apple I have created...
75km running for the month, that's kind of motivational for me.

So with Samsung health app or Galaxy watch, there is no such thing?? Other than kind of "group" activities

Thanks for your time again 👋
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