To create a new challenge, click New Challenge. Alternatively, you can edit any existing challenges by clicking their corresponding Edit button.
Enter your program’s name and description. Markdown Syntax can be used to add extra styling. Additional information about Markdown can be found at this external resource: Markdown Cheat-Sheet.
Tags can be added for filtering and searching for programs in administrative views, or other advanced features.
Point of Contact information will be displayed to users who may require additional information about your program.
User and Network Eligibility
In this section you can decide whether all users can participate in the challenge, or you can select individual networks to compete. It is important to note that, by default, users who are selected as eligible will automatically join the challenge. This setting can be changed later.
Along with selecting participants, you can also choose managers here. Specifically, you can choose if editing the challenge is limited to system administrators, and you can define what networks’ managers are allowed to run reports and edit the challenge(if you allow that privilege at all).
Trip Log Eligibility
Select the start and end dates for eligible trip logs. Only trips logged as having taken place on these days will be added toward the leaderboard.
The leaderboard will appear in eligible users’ dashboards on the first day of this period.
The Final Trip Log Entry Cutoff Date is the last day users will be allowed to enter eligible trips.
Finally, just like with Incentives and Point Programs, you can specify which modes of transportation are allowed, and you can choose to restrict the type of trips eligible and the source of trip logs.
Leaderboard View: You can choose whether Networks, Teams, Individual Users, or any combination thereof are displayed in the leaderboard as competitors.
Ranking Criteria: Only one criteria can be chosen per challenge. If you would like users to compete based on multiple criteria, consider running multiple concurrent challenges, one for for each criteria. Eligible users’ trips will automatically be counted toward all active challenges.
- Points by Mode
- CO2 Savings
- Calories Burned
- Money Saved
Number of Team Members: If you decided to allow teams to compete in your challenge, this setting will let you choose how many members each team may have.
Show Team Join List: Teams are private by default, and require members to share their team’s join link with other potential team members. Choose the option to show the team join list if you would like all of your challenge’s teams to be public and joinable by anyone participating in the challenge.
Max Logs per Day: This determines how many triplogs are counted toward the challenge for each user per day. If you only wanted trips to and from work to count, then two trips would make sense for your case.
Days of the Week: Like the other programs, this setting lets you set which days of the week are valid for trip logs to count toward the challenge.
Do you have networks that are of vastly different size? Consider normalizing the network leaderboards. This adjusts network scores according to the number of participants in each competing network, allowing tiny organizations to compete against large ones without any disparity in fairness. This setting only functions if Networks are selected in the Leaderboard View setting.
The last option on this page allows you to change opt-in settings from the default, automatic, to manual opt-in. Enabling this setting allows for a couple more options as well: requiring a registration survey and sending an auto-generated email to new registrants.