The web version of Strava activity has a really useful feature. It allows to move the mouse along the activity graph (below) and see all the details while at the same time seeing the corresponding point on the map.
One way I use this feature is to measure distances between various points on the activity. Sometimes that is useful for a race analysis and sometimes I use that to compare accuracy of different GPS devices or different GPS modes.
But unfortunately the distance is shown with 1 decimal point accuracy even though I am pretty sure Strava has the exact data up to 1 meter accuracy. That doesn't make much sense because all other metrics are shown with the maximum available accuracy. The 0.1 mile accuracy is especially problematic when measuring distances between points on the activity track. For example, let's say one point shows 3.1 mile distance and another one - 3.9 miles. Due to the rounding the first one can actually be anywhere between 3.1 and 3.199 and the second one can be anywhere between 3.9 and 3.999. Therefore the measured distance could end up being anywhere between 0.7 and 0.9 miles - not accurate at all for any practical purposes.
Can Strava please consider increasing the distance accuracy to two decimal points?