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mmoehlin
Mt. Kenya
Status: Gathering Kudos

I have a request for a feature that I think would be helpful to me and others. I would like to “group” activities together, so I can view multiple related activities at once and see their stats all together.
A few ways this could be useful: grouping the three activities of a triathlon, grouping several separate days of a single overnight backpacking trip, grouping several short hikes throughout a single day or several activities over the course of a single trip, and grouping all runs or rides you’ve done on a favorite route.
Perhaps this could be done by making customized labels that can then be applied to each activity, such as “October 2022 Triathlon” or “Track Workouts 2022” (similar to how you pick which shoe or bike you used). This could be either on the app or just on computer. Then we could look at cumulative mileage and time for those activities, and even have them posted in the feed together.
Thanks so much!

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Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
Bryant
Strava
Strava

​​Thanks for submitting your idea. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.

lopey66
Pico de Orizaba

is this request just #tagging in the subject or comments and making the #tag a hyperlink to then filter to those activities later on as like Twitter / Facebook and other social media

mmoehlin
Mt. Kenya

It could be a tag, but it should also organize all tagged activities to view at once, see cumulative stats, and put them all on the map together. I would also like it to show up as a clump on your feed, like how when you do an activity with a friend both of your activities show up on the feed together.

lopey66
Pico de Orizaba

You are asking for something very specific. List of activities, heatmap and a summary. I know I can do it using the Strava API for a single athlete and I have done the different parts, the other question is how far back in time do you go, I have over 5000 activities and more than ten years, it just gets messier when you then think about applying it to millions of users. I'm not sure about this, on the web browser version the training log might allow you to search and filter your activities 

lopey66
Pico de Orizaba

Just confirming, I just checked https://www.strava.com/athlete/training it allows me to search any of my activities by searching for a key word, words will give results for each word.