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BryanC
Pico de Orizaba

I’m pleased the Hub exists, but being purely in a browser is limiting the experience.   
I suggest you consider either a Strava Community App or an extension to the core App.   The extension could be a new tab via You (alongside Progress, Activities, Profile).   The tab would offer sign-up to new users or content for those who have signed up.  
Thanks

Bryan

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Eve
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Thank you everyone for participating in this thread and providing feedback on what you're looking for. As we work on our 2023 planning for Community Hub we'll use this feedback in our internal discussions to look at opportunities to integrate better. I don't expect to have an update on this until later in 2023 as we work through more discovery on this topic. Keep the suggestions coming though, great to hear and consider. 


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Eve
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Thank you everyone for participating in this thread and providing feedback on what you're looking for. As we work on our 2023 planning for Community Hub we'll use this feedback in our internal discussions to look at opportunities to integrate better. I don't expect to have an update on this until later in 2023 as we work through more discovery on this topic. Keep the suggestions coming though, great to hear and consider. 


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Calvingrover
Mt. Kenya

@Eve What are the plans for in-app integration of community? This could be really good in the main app. 

Also, are there plans to link your Strava profile to the community profile / deeper integration?

Padge
Pico de Orizaba

Excellent suggestion, Bryan. I like the Community Hub and was surprised it wasn't part of the Strava app inthe first place.

BryanC
Pico de Orizaba

Hi,

 My thinking is driven by considering the User Experience.  Having to do things via different tools, we sites, Apps is, in general, going to make for a poorer experience and thus lower engagement. 
If the access to the Community was in-app then keeping up to date and contributing would fall along side such things as checking on friends and their activities.   
but I also say a different tab so that you don’t make the Home view too cluttered and busy.  

The too busy is why I’ve also suggested being able to have a filter on Home that allows you control whether or not your own activities are there or just on Me.   I can see it being a switch I’d use a lot. 

Hope this helps.   Bryan

Eve
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Community Manager

Thanks for this feedback @BryanC this is a really great suggestion. We will be continuing to look for ways to integrate Community Hub content into the app experience where we can. 

Are you envisioning that this new tab would be the primary place you would read and engage with all community content whether those are ideas, discussions or articles? Or do you feel there are certain types of community content that are best suited to be hosted in-app?


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Padge
Pico de Orizaba

Hi Eve - even if there was a summary of activity with maybe the headline and the first eight words with a link to click through to the browser, that would be handy. For all the different sub groups you could have a header with a click to reveal the activities underneath so you can control what is displayed.

Also, having to log in from the Strava app would be a pain so whatever handshaking  or cookies need to go on in the background, that would be great.

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