Fitdigits gives our Star members the ability create groups, but create great group landing pages too. Add a custom leaderboard, group workout feed, roster, custom blog section and more to your groups page. With custom HTML widgets, add messaging, graphics and more to complete the communications.
Once your group is created, a default groups page exists for your group. The default widgets include your member roster, a personal workout feed, and a feed for the Fitdigits blog, however contents are easily customizable.
Customizing your Group Page
You must be a Group Owner or Group Administrator to modify the group page for all users (see Managing Users).
From the Group detail page, tap the Menu icon in the top left. Administrators and Owners will see the Preview checkbox in the upper right. When checked, you are viewing the group page as it will show to other members (depending on widget choices).
1. Uncheck Preview to go into Edit mode.
Click the Menu (three line icon) in the upper left to view the menu. Turn off Preview mode to edit your page.
2. Edit Existing Widgets
When in edit mode, each widget on the page has a blue administration bar above it.
Tap the X to remove the widget from the page view.
Tap the pencil to edit the viewing properties of the widget (whether it is shown to admins only or all team members) as well as the detail and options for the widget.
You may also click and hold the top blue administration bar and drag-drop the widget into different areas or sections of the page, so you can change the layout and display to fit your tastes.
3. Add Widgets
This will create a sortable leaderboard featuring a variety of stats you can choose from, including time, distance, calories and more.
Group Workout Feed
See the workouts completed by team members who have opted-in to share their workouts to the group. Tap on the icon to go to the details.
The Roster is added by default. This will list all of the members of your group, along with information they have given permission for members to view.
Personal Workout Feed
If you want to just see your own personal workout feed. This does not show on other group members pages.
Add a custom banner image with this widget.
The HTML widget is one of our most flexible. Basic HTML can be used to create messages and presentations to your group with almost endless variety.
Show a calendar with checks on all the days the group recorded activity, see the totals below, and select a day to drill into specific activities.
You can easily link to an existing blog feed. You will need to know the blog feed URL and specify how many posts you want to show.
4. Change Page Layout
Choose from a variety of different page layouts to change the look and feel of your groups page.
5. Reset Layout & Widgets
This will reset your page to the default widgets and settings.
We hope you enjoy your group and group page. If you have any trouble, please contact Customer Support.