You may have noticed a change in your higi Score. If so, worry not! We recently updated the higi Score as of December 10, 2105. Since we first introduced the higi Score, we have continually added new ways for you to engage with higi. We made the change in the higi Score to take advantage of these additions, and more accurately reflect a user’s recent engagement with higi. The higi Score reflects engagement around two factors: regular check-ins at a higi health station and daily activity, as measured by an activity tracker synced to your higi app.Check-ins on a connected scale or at the gym via FourSquare also count.
In other words, the more regular check-ins and the more regular activity, the higher the higi Score.
In the near future, we will be sharing additional improvements in the higi experience, ones designed to help you take continued small steps to create lasting healthy habits.
In the meantime, we hope these changes help you better understand the higi Score and as well as how to improve it. Questions, comments, ideas? Don’t hesitate to drop us a comment below or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.