Moves is an app that may easily be dismissed as just another fitness tracker. But in actuality, Moves tracks all your, well, movement. At the end of the day you’ll be able to see all your activity including where you stopped along the way. The app even knows when your driving, walking, running, or cycling. How does this relate to the field ministry?
I don’t know about you, but I sometimes forget to log my hours right after I finish with service. I know, I know, I’m a slacker. But instead of trying to remember when I started and stopped my time, Moves will easily and accurately let me check. Moves saves all your activity to your online account. Since I’ve been using Moves for months, I can go back and check months of activity. But in most instances you’ll only need to go back earlier this week.
It is important to mention that, in order to track your activity, Moves needs to be open and running in the background. This will have an effect on your battery life. But why not give it a shot and see if there is any significant drain on your battery. There is a setting to minimize battery usage, so you may want to check that out. I don’t see much of a drain at all on my iPhone 6 Plus.
To check your activity, open Moves and pull down on the screen. This will open your history. You can then find the day you’re interested in. Moves will show you a nice bar graphic displaying your activity in chronological order throughout that day. You’ll be able to see when you left home, arrived at the Kingdom Hall, left the Kingdom Hall, arrived at the first door, left the last door, and returned back home. Now you’ll always have an accurate record of activity to include on your monthly report.
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