It's really simple, actually, as the title says.
When you navigate to an activity from somewhere else than your personal feed (from a segment performance list, from search, from...), it's very hard to navigate to the adjacent activity. The computer could easily do it, but we can't.
Occasions where this would be desirable include a wide range of things, from formal triathlons, where the different sports are usually tracked as separate activities, to state races, to epic bikepacking trips, to something as mundane as morning/evening for those weirdos who insist on tracking their commutes, separately.
I'm sure that specific use cases like triathlons or vacations have been feature ideas before, but a general previous/next would solve them just fine, without any detection troubles)
Thumbs up from me. How about something like this for the app. Small arrows on each side of the title. It's intuitive and minimalist. (I'm not as concerned with how its implemented on the web version, because there's more room on the web)
Suppose that I am viewing one of my own activities (e.g., https://www.strava.com/activities/8244028847) and I wish to view the previous (https://www.strava.com/activities/8243105895) or the next (https://www.strava.com/activities/8247284032) activity. As a subscribed user, currently I need to visit the Training Log page and then click the previous/next activity.
It'd be great if there was a "Previous" (except in case of the very first activity) and "Next" (except in case of the most recent activity) links were made available for each activity. I am sure other members (subscription or not) would appreciate the ease of navigation that comes with it.
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