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Widget to share/embed activities on a blog/website - How-to-guide

There are several ways you can share/embed your Endomondo activities on a blog or website.

Overview of all widgets:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Click on you profile name (right upper corner)
3. Click Share on your profile
4. Find the widget you want
5. Copy the code and use it to embed the widget.

Workout widget:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Go to Training and select the workout you want to embed.
3. Click Share on the workout
4. Copy the url og embed code and use it to embed the widget.

Challenge widget:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Click on Challenges and click on the challenge you want to create a widget for (make sure the challenge is Public otherwise you cannot share it)
3. Click Share
4. Select the Embed code and use it to embed the widget (you can adjust the height and width of the widget as you like).

Event widget:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Click on Events and find the Event you want to create a widget for (you have to join the event to share it.)
3. Click Share
4. Select the Embed code and use it to embed the widget (you can adjust the height and width of the widget as you like).

Team summary widget:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Click on Friends & Teams from Home and click on the team you want to create a widget for (make sure the team is Public or Open for applications otherwise you cannot share it)
3. Click Share
4. Select the Embed code and use it to embed the widget (you can adjust the height and width of the widget as you like)

Route widget:
1. Log into your profile on Endomondo.com
2. Click on Routes and find the Route you want to create a widget for.
3. Click Share
4. Select the Embed code and use it to embed the widget (you can adjust the height and width of the widget as you like).

You can see some widget examples here: http://endomondo.blogspot.com/
Another example is Jesper Olsen who has implemented some widgets on his website to promote his World Run: http://worldrun.org/Endomondo.php

Have fun!
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