February is American Heart Month and the United Nations is hosting this Global Health Challenge for better cariovascular health through Movespring, a mobile app that allows you to connect your wearable device or smartphone to track your steps activity and watch your progress over time.
LOVE YOUR HEART: UN Global Health Challenge 2021 runs from February 14 – 28, 2020. This is an individual challenge that lets you "step" at your own pace. Aim to do at least 10,000 steps daily and see your team go up the leaderboard!
Sign up in a few easy steps. Join today and start stepping! Registration ends on 13 February 2021.
ON YOUR PHONE
1. Download the MoveSpring app via the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android) or navigate to app.movespring.com in a web browser.
2.Choose “Sign up” .
3. Enter the org code: UN (not case sensitive)
4. Follow the steps to create your MoveSpring account. Use your official UN email.
5. Join any team by clicking ‘Join Team’ button.
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Aside from being able to manually enter your steps in the mobile app or the website, you can also synchronize your steps from your personal tracking device to the app on your phone via Bluetooth. Go here for instructions.
Make sure you sync your steps each day of the challenge by opening the MoveSpring app or website. We strongly suggest syncing at least once a day! At minimum you need to sync every 3 days to make sure MoveSpring gets all your steps. Users will be responsible for making sure they sync regularly to get credit for totals.
You can follow these steps to convert non-stepping activities into step totals and directly input them into MoveSpring to increase your daily step counts.
Check out the Movespring Help Center, MoveSpring how-to videos, or contact their support team via the blue dot on the bottom right of their website, or in the MoveSpring app via your profile.
You can also email support directly at: email@example.com
For other non-technical questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The UN only has 5,000 licenses to the app. Non-syncing accounts may be removed to free up the slots for new users.
Only staff members with valid UN organization official emails are eligible to join. Accounts with email addresses that cannot be verified will be removed.