Individual and Group-Based Engagement in an Online Physical Activity Monitoring Program in Georgia
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 15 — June 7, 2018
This image shows screen shots of the profile overview, activity log screen, the “My Walk Georgia Map,” and a photo of a mobile phone opened to a page of the Walk Georgia application. The profile overview shows a profile of the user and the user’s quick stats. The activity log screen has drop-down menus for recording date of activity, type of activity, time spent exercising, and level of difficulty. The map shows a map of Georgia and gives quick facts on Oconee County as an example. The mobile phone screenshot is opened to a page that says “Log an activity,” “Set a goal,” and “Quick Stats.”
Walk Georgia platform and features.
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