Hi often use the "My activities" list to try to compare my activities. It would be even more useful with the posibility to filter the list (type of activity, range of distance, pace, heartrate etc). Also it would be nice to be able to select what columns you want to see (I am missing pace and heartrate).
Ola Nygren, Västerås, Sweden
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Yeah, I would like to see the ability to change and add columns to the My Activities page as well.
Most valuable to me would be to see Weighted Average Power column, but others could be useful as well.
Relative value isn't available on all activities due to lack of heart rate data. But most of my activities have power.
Yes great point!
Why do we train? To get better every day. So How do you measure that? By looking at the trend in your fitness. For running I want to see the development of my PACE over time.
As I passed the 40 now it is really interesting to see how long I can maintain my pace over time.
Thanks looking forward Strava will pick this request up!
It would be nice to be able to show and hide additional columns. For example, a column of equipment used: bike, shoes, etc.
So you would have a better overview of the personally important data in the My Activities view.
Agree with all of the above comments. From an engineering perspective I wouldn't think it was too difficult to allow users to choose columns. Garmin Connect allows me to do this as does my old training software. Strava does some difficult things brilliantly but the simple things seem to sometimes get overlooked.
Also agree with this suggestion, primary stat for me is Pace, so filter for activity type = Run, sorted by Distance then Pace.
I'd love to be able to filter my activities based on the type of activity!
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