The Elevate app is designed to first present you with a daily workout, which will help you build the skills most needed, based on past performance and current rankings. After that you can move freely between games, study guides, reports, and performance tracking.
When you open the Elevate app you’ll first see the Today tab. You can see in the bottom left corner of your screen the word Today is highlighted in blue. This tab will show you your featured workouts. Tap the Recommended button to begin your personalized daily workout for the day.
Next you’ll see the Performance tab, which you can access by tapping on the word Performance at the bottom of your screen. This shows your personal statistics, sectioned into EPQ, Rankings, and Activity. Tap on the grey question mark in the top right corner of each section for a detailed explanation of each statistic.
Your third tab is the Activities tab. This tab will list all of the games you have access to, listed by category. Tap on any game and then tap "Play" to start. If you would like to get out of that game and choose another, you can tap on the "X" in the top left corner of the screen.
Access the Study materials on the Activities tab by toggling the blue button at the top of the page from Games over to Study. Right under this toggle, you’ll see a section that says “Show Game Statistics.” Toggle this on to see your high score, difficulty level, and ranking for each individual game.
You’ll then see the Notifications tab. This tab populates weekly reports and weekly reviews with a summary of your gameplay and tips on any incorrect answers.
Finally, you have your Profile tab. From here you can see a number of things:
- Current streak - how many consecutive days you’ve completed your daily training.
- Workouts - the total number of daily workouts you’ve completed.
- Achievement badges
- Ways to share Elevate
To access your Settings page, tap on the gear icon in the top right corner of the Profile tab. Here, you will see your account information as well as options for Notifications, Workout Length, Sound Effects, Language, Log Out, etc.