Keen may be trained for up to four trained areas, or gestures. For some people the four gestures may include pulling their eyebrows while hunched over their desk, while leaning back in their chair, while relaxing on the couch, and lying in bed. For other people the four gestures could be skin picking focused on their face, arm, leg, and chest. And some people may need a Keen for each hand, for a total of eight potential trained areas.
Regardless of how many Keens or trained areas you need, we want you to remember the Rule of One: start with one hand, one trained gesture, for one week. We want you to get to know Keen, and yourself, before you add more gestures or a second Keen. Adjust the Motion Sensitivity and Zone Range settings for your first gesture until you feel Keen is detecting your gesture accurately.
Once you're comfortable with Keen with one hand, one trained gesture, for one week, go ahead and add a second gesture or a second Keen. The best approach is to disable the previously trained gesture, so you can focus on and fine-tune your new gesture until you are comfortable with it. To do this, open the first trained gesture in your app. On the top of the "Area Details" screen you will see the gesture is "Enabled." Disable this first gesture and then train your second gesture, focusing on this trained gesture for several days until you are comfortable with it. Continue this process with additional trained gestures.
If you need to train a gesture for the same body area but for different body positions, you can edit the name of the trained area. One area could be “Forehead” with a nickname of “Desk” while another area could be “Forehead with a nickname of “Bed.” To do this, open the trained area in your app. On the top of the "Area Details" screen, tap "Edit" to give the area a nickname. In this example, it would be best to enable the "Desk" trained area during the day, and the "Bed" trained area at night.