Using challenge maps to represent user progress can be an effective motivator and can add interest in your competition. To reinforce this, challenge maps can be customized with the starting line, finish line and waypoints you select. For instance, your participants could begin their challenge at the home office and progress to different locations until they reach the finish line.
Obviously, some challenges such as walking are very appropriate for using maps as a leaderboard but any type of challenge could be used. When you enable maps for use in your challenge, you also set the number of points needed to reach 1 mile or kilometer. Therefore, you could advance participants on the map if they eat a healthy snack or fill out their health risk assessment.
Milestones may also be used to track progress on a challenge map. When using milestones, the system will record the time and date a participant crosses the checkpoint and display this in a Milestone Progress report. ChallengeRunner provides a simple method to add milestones after waypoints have been created: