Since different apps and wearable devices track different types of healthy behaviors, you have the ability to connect multiple apps and devices to your User Account to earn Wellable Points for a variety of healthy behaviors. Generally speaking, the best way to avoid double counting (earning Wellable Points twice for a single activity) is to make sure you are not tracking a single activity in multiple ways. For example, if you go for a walk or run, you should not track distance with the GPS feature of an app or device while also tracking steps with a different app or device. In this scenario, you would be earning Wellable Points twice (Wellable Points for distance and Wellable Points for steps). The same scenario applies when going to the gym. If you go to the gym with the sole purpose of walking or running on a treadmill, you should not track the steps taken while on the treadmill with an app or device as well as log a gym check-in. This would also be considered double counting.
If multiple apps or devices that sync step data are connected to your User Account, and one step-based activity is synced by two different apps or devices on the same day, Wellable Points will only be awarded to the highest tracked step count. For example, if one app or device tracks 5,000 steps for an activity, and a different app or device tracks 6,000 steps for the same activity, Wellable Points will only be awarded to the 6,000-step activity because it is the highest of the two step counts for the same activity. Although the 5,000-step entry will show zero Wellable Points in your User Account, you are still receiving the appropriate amount of Wellable Points because the 5,000 steps tracked are included in the 6,000-step entry that you were awarded Wellable Points for.