I am willing to adjust to this new goal of tracking "move calories" but I'm just so used to tracking steps. I honestly don't know how to go about earning move calories (the term seems strange but I guess that's what it is). I am not a huge exerciser but I do walk frequently and I will start going back to my trainer next week. I walked for about 40 minutes today and tracked it in the workout app. I do see that I burned calories but I don't know if it is doing it correctly. A few questions: - Is it only tracking move calories when I do a workout with the workout app? - Does it know how fast I'm walking and will it burn more calories if I walk faster? In this case, I set my workout on minutes (40 minutes) but I could have walked really fast or really slow. Does it know? - If I'm working out (say riding a bike) and forget to create a workout in the app, will I get credit for burning those calories? - If it tracks constantly (not just when in a workout) what does it consider moving? Standing up? Walking? Waving my arm around?? I do accept that this method is more efficient then counting steps (5,000 slow steps isn't the same as 5,000 fast steps but they're treated the same on my fitbit) but at least I understand steps. One other question, I think I clicked too fast when I set it up because it gave me a VERY low move goal (like 700). I know I can adjust it (I adjusted it to 1800 which is my fitbit goal) but how do I recalculate it using the watch? I changed my weight by a pound to see if that adjusted it but it didn't.