For example, I've completed my run 15 km, but I also want to know how many of 15 km were of the track I'd never run before. So for every activity it would be the additional parameter - 'new miles/kilometers'.
As a developer I realize, technically it's not easy to implement, some advanced algorithms should be used, but it will pay for itself. It could be such a tidbit for many users and can encourage them to subscribe!
That feature would target a pretty big amount of users who travel a lot. They would love to know how many unique kilometres they have run/ridden. And to compete with each other on this.
(And, yes, some third-party developers have already created it outside Strava.)
Wandrer already does exactly what you are asking for and it integrates seamlessly with Strava.
By third-party I meant namely Wandrer. I just thought it'd be great to have this feature in-built in Strava.
Because I can trust Strava, but I don't know anything about Wandrer project to trust them my private data.
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- Can there be a summary of how many kilometers we traveled on the new routes after the expedition ?
- When creating a route (gpx import/creator), can there be information on what sections we have not yet traveled ?
Isn't that pretty much what wandrer.earth already does? I don't see a need to duplicate something that already exists.
Ok, But I'm already paying for Strave. I don't want another paid app. So I think it would be nice to have it in an app I trust.
@Domin - Wandrer.earth is free and integrates seamlessly with strava. I've gone to their website one time to sign up. Since then, the stats post with each of my activities when they load to Strava. No charge, no extra work.
After checking in, I can only see the last 50 activities. If I want to see more I have to pay $30/year
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