How does our point system work?
You can earn points by completing cards daily in the Evidation app and by tracking your healthy actions through a variety of health apps. You can see our list of compatible apps here.
You can earn up to 100 points per day for the healthy actions tracked by your health apps and wearables (You can learn about the 100 points per day works here). If you have more than one app connected, we'll always give you the highest value of points for any given activity. For example, if you walk 4,000 steps through Apple Health vs 2,000 steps through Fitbit, you’ll be rewarded the higher value of 4,000 steps.
And you can earn varying amounts of points by completing cards (filling out your daily check-ins, taking surveys, reading articles, and more), joining health programs, and participating in research studies.
Ways to earn:
Open the Evidation app daily to earn points by checking in on your health and completing cards. Connect your health and fitness apps to earn additional points for healthy actions.
The way your points are calculated and awarded vary based on a multitude of factors. Point values vary across activities and apps and can change. To see how many points each specific activity on each app is worth navigate to the Connected Apps tab, tap or search for the specific app, and tap the Tracked Activity tab to the right of the History view.
Fixed activities that earn points include:
- Tracking your blood pressure
- Tracking your food intake
- Tracking your glucose level
- Tracking your heart rate
- Tracking your skin temperature
- Tracking your sleep
- Tracking your core body temperature
- Tracking your water intake
- Tracking your weight
- Tracking your workouts
Non-fixed activities that earn variable points include:
- wheelchair pushes
Non-fixed activities can be measured in a few different units, including:
The time it takes to reach 10,000 points and earn a reward varies based on how often you complete cards and what activities you track. On average, members who complete cards in the app reach 10,000 points and are able to redeem much sooner than those who connect a health app, but are less active in the Evidation app.
If your account isn’t “active”, any and all points in your account will expire. “Active” means you’ve completed at least one card (for example, reading a post or completing a survey) in the last 12 months. For more information, head over to Can my Evidation points expire?