Welcome to the new version 3.0 of the Activ8rlives Data Website
Posted on May 15, 2016
Welcome to the new version 3.0 of the Activ8rlives Data website, which now hosts an enhanced Dashboard and many new features that allow you to be more in control of your Health Data and in control of people that you may act as carers. You have the choice of using either the ‘Simple’, ‘Advanced’ or ‘Expert’ settings by selecting the buttons in the top right-hand corner to switch between increasingly complex dashboard layouts. The choice you make is saved for the next time you Login to your Activ8rlives account using the same email and password that you use on one of Activ8rlives’ Apps.
The Simple display for the Dashboard shows your latest reading for Steps and Weight. Your latest Weight reading and the Height you entered when registering is used to calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index). Your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) is how much energy a typical person of your age, height, weight and gender might burn in a day.
Note each score is indicated in Green, Amber or Red (Traffic Light system) that indicates whether this parameter is within normal range for your targets, weight, height, age, gender etc. Those in Blue do not have a normal range or target associated with them.
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