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-CORAL- SparkPoints: (39,751)
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6/18/13 4:38 P

You have to go and modify your fitness tracker to add the mileage tracker, it's not the same as the step tracker. The regular fitness tracker and step tracker won't add up the mileage, I don't think.

Edited by: -CORAL- at: 6/18/2013 (16:38)
Coral in Portland, OR
SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 59,013
6/18/13 3:05 P

When you add those steps to your steps tracker, do you see a running total at the top of your fitness tracker?

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13ICANDOIT13 Posts: 266
6/18/13 1:53 P

I have gone to my pages and put in my steps however it still says 16 miles it will not change the mileage.

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FIELDWORKING SparkPoints: (29,946)
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6/18/13 1:23 P

When you go to your fitness page, towards the top, you should see something that says, "add step tracker." Click on it and it will take you to where you can add the step tracker to your fitness page. After that, you should be able to add your steps.

13ICANDOIT13 Posts: 266
6/18/13 1:15 P

Here is what I am trying to do. I am walking around my track 1/4 time around is a lamp I am walking around my track 20 times, I am getting in my 10000 steps this way and walking my five miles. How do I and where do I put this in on my tracker? I am putting it in now however I cannot get it to put in my mileage. HELP PLEASE.

I have walked these miles and I would like to see them total up. I have been doing this since the 8. Every day.

Teresa Kaye, Thanks for listening.


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God Bless our Soldiers


Every time you loose an ounce, you are letting go of the past and gaining the future.

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