The new Raceday iOS app for logging miles will be released and available for download from the App Store on February 1, 2019 at racemenu.com/racedayios. Please do not attempt to log miles prior to February 1st as the app will not be active for participants until February 1st, 2019. There will also be a web version for logging miles and viewing the leaderboards from any device at racemenu.com/raceday. Check here for the FAQ page.
Logging your miles: You must log your miles using one or both interfaces described below. You'll have four days to log each daily run. For example, you have until 11:59pm on February 5th to log your January 1st run, or until 11:59pm February 20th to log your February 16th run. If you miss the 4-day deadline, you're out of the challenge--no exceptions. The tracking apps will be live on February 1st. There are two methods you can use to enter your walks/runs.
- Apple IOS app for iPhone: The new Raceday iOS app for logging miles will be released and available for download from the App Store on February 1st at racemenu.com/racedayios. If you have a previous version of the RaceDay app, you must download or update to the most recent version get connected.
- Android or other non-Apple/iphone users: There will also be a mobile-friendly web version for logging miles and viewing the leaderboards from any device at racemenu.com/raceday.
Logging-in to the apps or web interface: Remember to use the exact login format that you used to register for RaceMenu when you registered for the event i.e. if you connected via Facebook, Google etc. you must login the same way. OR If you used an email to create your RaceMenu account you must login that way.
You'll have four days to log each daily run. For example, you have until 11:59pm on February 5th to log your February 1st run, or until 11:59pm February 20th to log your February 16th run. If you miss the 4-day deadline, you're out of the challenge--no exceptions.
Below you'll find step-by-step instructions for logging your daily runs and walks.
For other contest questions (non-technical), please contact Adam Stuhlfaut, CWO Chief Warrior Officer @ SHOES-n-FEET at email@example.com.
To log your runs, you have two options:
•Option 1: iPhone users, download the Raceday iOS racemenu.com/racedayios app from the app store.
•Option 2: Desktop or non-iPhone mobile users, log into racemenu.com/raceday from any web browser.
Either way, you will get this login screen:
•You must login with the same email and password OR connect via the same Facebook account that you used to register.
After you login, you will see this screen in both interfaces:
•Tap the “Northwest Winter Challenge Overtime”
•iPhone app users, if you don’t see this screen verify that the “Run Log” button is on the bottom menu. Tap that button if you don’t see the “Northwest Winter Challenge” listed above.
This is the home screen for the challenge:
•To log a run, tap “Log a Run”
•To see the leaders, tap “Leaderboard”
•To see your personal history of runs logged tap “History”
This is the "Log a Run" screen:
•Fill in everything but “Pace” (that will be calculated for you).
•Click “Save” at bottom.
If you need to backdate a run/walk, tap or click on the date and either a calendar (RaceDay website) or scrolling number bars (iPhone app) will appear. Below is an image of the iPhone app.
This is the "Leaderboard":
•The default view is the overall ranking. To see other categories, i.e. gold, silver or bronze, tap the word "Overall" to choose another category.
This is your personal history screen:
•Tap on any line to see details.
For other contest questions, please contact Adam Stuhlfaut, CWO Chief Warrior Officer @ SHOES-n-FEET at firstname.lastname@example.org.