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I'm with @KellyC777 

Believe they are tempting us to opt out.  They'd rather have dollars from advertising....peleton, swift, etc than long time subcribing athletes who still ride bikes outside.  Not difficult to provide what's been asked for repeatedly in this thread.  It's a choice they are making to not do it.

@KellyC777 wait, you're not already getting those???  My STRAVA feed looks like Grand Theft Auto:  Spring Break.

Mt. Kenya

Re: @Matt_Haigh comment above, agree 100% -- this thread's going all over the place. Restating my original comment, my feed is increasingly cluttered with notices about clubs and challenges joined by people I follow. I simply want a switch to turn those notices off (or back on). Ideally, we'd also have switches to turn on/off activity types (e.g., I don't want to see my contacts' weight lifting, swimming, rowing activities - just cycling).

Mt. Kenya

It would be great to be able to choose which activities should be automatically synced from GC.

IE: only running and cycling

...or at least filter out activities without GPS data.

So far the only option to have control on what's uploaded, is to upload activities manually or upload them automatically but with private visibility and then change it one by one.

This topic was brought up many times on Garmin forums, but I believe this is the right place, and I wasn't able to find any similar request (I apologize if I'm wrong).




Hide commutes.

I would follow more people if I wasn't worried feed saturation with commutes, weights, etc would drown the activities I really want to see 

Mt. Kenya

My guess is nothing is going to come of the simple request for paid users to have the ability to filter activity types on their feed. Kind of a shame because it is a fairly simple ask that a lot of users would take advantage of.

Mt. Kenya


I would like to regester my commutes but. Or show them on the feed. Is this possible?




@Toniboada Just tick the checkbox to Mute the activity (it’s at the bottom of the Edit Activity screen, only available on mobile), and make sure to vote on the Idea to Mute as the default option .

Mt. Kenya

The ask in this thread has nothing to do with editing, either by muting or making visible only to the person that owns the activity. It is a request to Strava to allow users of the Strava app, the ability to filter what activity types show up on their feed. 

I firmly believe that Strava has no idea how to make this happen or for some unknown reason do not want to offer this option.


This is the kind of spam that seriously needs to be able to be filtered out and/or collapsed into a single post:

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With a “Mute by Default” toggle, we could also opt to mute our own notices of challenges joined.

Mt. Kenya

As many my feed is now overcrowded. I really would love filtering out indoor cycling or commuting.

About commuting, sending a weekly recap would reduce flooding. 

Mt. Kenya

Great idea. Getting a bit fed up of “athletes” using Strava like a  diary and uploading every activity of their lives, cutting the grass , off to the shop for a baguette. These people need to stick to Facebook , instagram if they feel they aren’t being hugged enough. 

Mt. Kenya

Any updates on this? The signal to noise ration in my feed is terrible. Most of what I see these days is Peloton rides (multiple posts per person per session) and challenges that friends joined, sometimes more than five stacked on top of each other. So much scrolling to see activities that I like to give kudos to and motivate me to get faster.

Mt. Kenya

Please, please, please allow paid subscribers the ability to choose what activities are displayed on their feed by allowing us to filter by activity type. A pretty simple ask. I do enjoy seeing friends cycling activities, but little else. Why they insist on clogging my feed with their boring daily routines, yoga, elliptical, grass cutting etc. is a mystery to me.

Mt. Kenya

Having lots of friends on Strava might not only be a good thing. Having lots of friends might flood the activity feed which will lead to that it is hard to find the activities of your closest friends. Also, you might not be interested in watching certain types of activities.

Therefore I suggested that you add support for filtering of activities. It would be nice to filter on which friends should be visible or not and also on activity type.