Collectors of Garmin badges will be pleased to learn that there are three new badges available to purchase in the month of February. Two of these badges celebrate Valentine's Day, while the third badge celebrates the fact that February has 29 days.

The number of achievements and badges that may be earned through the use of Garmin's mobile app continues to grow with each passing year. It should come as no surprise that there is a demand for something of this nature.

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If you are unclear on how to access badges in Garmin Connect, all you need to do is click on your avatar which is located at the top of the main page. You will be able to view all of the badges you have won, as well as those that are still to come, as well as a table that ranks the leaders.

Over the past few days, three brand new badges have been introduced. It's called "Be My Valentine," and it's the first one. Earning that one is not too difficult at all. Recording activity on Valentine's Day, February 14, and syncing your wristwatch or activity tracker to Garmin Connect are all that are required of you in order to win.

The next badge is called "Share the Love," and earning it is even less difficult than the previous one. After you have demonstrated that you are capable of meeting the requirements of the first challenge, all that is required of you is to publish your Be My Valentine Badge on the day that you have won it. To accomplish this, navigate to the Earned Badges screen, select the badge in question by tapping on it, and then select the up arrow located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. This will give you a variety of different avenues via which you can talk about your accomplishments. 

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"Take the Leap" is a fitting name for the final badge in the series. In case you were unaware, the year 2020 will be a leap year. This indicates that there are 29 days in February. The mission required to earn this badge is the same as the one required to earn the first one. All that is required of you is to log activity for the all-important day, which is the 29th of February. Because you won't have another chance to earn it for another four years, you should probably put in a little extra work to obtain this one before it's too late. The 29th of February, 2024, will mark the beginning of the next leap year.


Veronica is a culture reporter at Collaborative Research Group, where she writes about food, fitness, weird stuff on the internet, and, well, just about anything else. She has also covered technology news and has a penchant for smartphone stories. .

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