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Ill_Jimador
Shkhara
Status: Gathering Kudos

For athletes that like to hide certain stats (Calories, Speed, or Heart Rate) info from activities, it would be great to be able to choose a default for this and have it automatically apply to every activity.

Currently, you have to do this by editing each and every activity, and I think it's more realistic that users would want to apply this to all activities, verses only hiding certain stats from some activities.

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Status changed to: New Idea
Jane
Moderator Moderator
Moderator

Hello,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I have moved your idea regarding a Hide Stats setting to our Feature Suggestion board, so that others can also vote on your idea. Feel free to edit it to fine tune any details and add a label or tags. We kindly ask that you review our Feature Suggestions guidelines, particularly the “What makes a good idea” section, to ensure that your ideas are clear, concise, and can reach as many others as possible.

Thank you for your contribution, we value your input.

 


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Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
Soren
Denali
 
eric
Elbrus

Thumbs up from me. It seems easy to implement, and I think you're right... users who want to hide their HR data (for example) would probably want to hide it on all activities all the time. Personally I keep my data public, because I like seeing other athletes' data, so I don't mind sharing mine to contribute to the learning aspect for all. But it makes sense to have toggle switches to hide specific data on all activities going forward until otherwise enabled (rather than jumping through the hoop of hiding it each time you save a new activity). 

You're probably already aware, but it is possible to bulk-edit such data privacy on all past activities:

https://support.strava.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034390012

I haven't used that feature, but I would think it could be used in reverse, to show such data in bulk if it was previously hidden.


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mshanecrowe
Mt. Kenya

Cyclists should be able to block their telemetry data (heart, watts, etc) without also blocking segments. I think this can be done today, but would have got be set on each individual ride manually. 

There should be a switch to always block physical stats without blocking segment results. Segments are social media. Heart/watts/etc not so social media.

Cailia
Mt. Kenya

Having this ability to block physical stats based on activity type would be incredibly useful. I've found that editing a virtual ride with a map attached removes the map from the record and changes the activity to a generic "indoor cycling" activity. Once the map has been stripped, even reimporting the GPX file does not bring the map back. If these settings were applied automatically by default it would help prevent this from happening. 

I agree with having the ability to block physical stats without blocking segment results, as well. Users should have more control over what data is shared with other users without penalty.

Mikeautomaton
Mt. Kenya

Why hasn't this been implemented yet? I have a few followers who regularly check my activity before I can hide my HR data. HR data is actually very personal health information. It is weird that this privacy issue has not been resolved yet. 

gdubs
Mt. Kenya

@Mikeautomaton I find it surprising as well. I've just put up another post as I have a similar problem, I do not simply have time to check the box every time when I post an activity, and some slip through the cracks. Any update @Soren , as it seems a very easy and beneficial update to add. 

TXRoadbike
Mt. Kenya

Undboutedly, this simple feature request hasn't been implemented because Strava believes that hiding some of the activity metrics by default will reduce engagement. It's the only thing that makes sense. They are doing what's best for Strava.