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Philly_Tech_Guy
Shkhara
Status: Gathering Kudos

I would like to see the ability to mark a challenge as read / not interested / or some other method that would either not show or just move that challenge to the end of the list (maybe even change the background of said challenge) to make it easier to see new challenges that have been posted and not review challenges that you have already decided you would not participate in.

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Philly_Tech_Guy
Shkhara

Would also be nice to cache or some how set a default for the selected filters and not have to reselect them each time.

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
Soren
Community Manager Community Manager
Community Manager

Thanks for submitting your idea on showing your disinterest in certain challenges. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.

Ewald
Shkhara

Agreed, as an extension it would also be nice to hide all current/future cycling challenges/trophies from the overview, as I don't have any interest in cycling and thus won't be participating in those.

And I'm sure that there are cyclists who aren't interested in any strictly running or weight training challenges/trophies.

JBW-Florida
Mt. Kenya

With the caveat that I recognize that most of challenges are thinly-veiled advertisements from companies like Brooks, Red Bull, and Le Col, certainly some improvements can be made to the web pages where the demands of both the paid advertisers and the members can be met.


How about this suggestion: Upon hovering the cursor over the word "Challenges" in the upper portion of most of the pages, a drop-down box can appear with sub-selections listing the various types, like running, cycling, time or distance-based for various activities, and the like. Programmatically it should be pretty easy to do as most of those menu options work like that anyway. And the sponsors would like it too, as they'd be more closely targeting their intended audience.


How about it?