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Status: Gathering Kudos

Seeing the new features rolled out is great, but there's still work to be done matching functionality between app and website.  Ideally, if it's important enough to exist in one, it should also be in the other.  Examples:

1. Adding Gear: Given that STRAVA now has so many activity categories, it would be nice to add gear other than shoes and bikes; I log roughly 20 miles per week on a Concept2 rower, and would like to aggregate that data in the app/website.

2. Segment creation/searching/exploring:  Searching is clunky on the app, but very intuitive on the website, and creation of segments is only available through the website.

3. Course Creation/searching/exploring: Similar to Segments, creation is somewhat cumbersome on the app to the point where folks just don't use it; I make it a point to only create routes on the website for the sake of my own sanity.  In dire straits, I actually prefer the CityStrides route builder over that of either STRAVA or Garmin Connect apps.

4. FlyBy:  This was once an awesome function, albeit only really viewable from the website, and since STRAVA changed their privacy policies making the user default as 'opted out', it's essentially unused.  Also, FlyBy isn't widely advertised as a feature, and not obvious to app users that it even exists.

5. Muting Activities:  An activity can only be muted through the app, and not the website.
DELIVERED: Enable Muted activities on web

6. Managing Goals:  Currently only Running, Cycling, and Swimming distance goals can be viewed/managed through the website, but other activities like Rowing can be viewed/managed through the app.

7. Choosing Favorite Athletes/Activity Alerts:  Designation of specific friends/athletes as "favorites" and opting into notifications of their activities is only available through the app.

8. Although not available on either the website or the app, the ability to simply edit your comment on someone's activity would be very helpful, and seems like pretty low-hanging fruit.

Pico de Orizaba

Please merge this idea with another related topic.  
I attend spin bike classes and record these as indoor rides via my Apple Watch for heart rate.  But I cannot add the reported distance and climb that the spin bike reports to the recorded ride.  
We need a feature that allows distance and elevation to be added to an activity that has not recorded those values from GPS.  It would make it similar to a manual activity but with a recorded heart rate.  

Mt. Kenya

@j1mreeves, couldn't agree more.

Mt. Kenya

Just signed up to a 5km plan after paying for the year, very disappointed to find it’s not integrated on the app!

Mt. Kenya

Please integrate training plans on the app! I’d hate to have to use the Nike App instead. 

Mt. Kenya

I have no idea why they haven't done this. Without the feature I'm not sure the subscription is worth it.

Mt. Kenya

Within the Clubs page for running it will track distance, average pace, elevation gain, as well as the number of runs and the longest run. All of these show on the leaderboard which can be tinkered with. However, when using the mobile phone app the only thing showing is the distance. Could this be modified so that the functionality is the same on the mobile phone app? 

This could be visible within the Weekly Stats page, or could be something that is selected within the Settings for clubs.

Mt. Kenya

This is an amazing idea

Mt. Kenya
  • This would make a useful addition. 
Mt. Kenya

The Web view is more convenient and easier to scroll what others have done. The front page and the whole web view lacks goal categories. I'm a biker but not in only one discipline. In the app you can set distance goals for example Gravel riding and Mountain biking separately. Its not possible to see or set these goals in the Web View. You are rather forced to set yet another "All Riding" Goal. It's like walking and running would be counted as one. Not ideal and would love to see this sorted out. 

Thanks for a good platform! 

Mt. Kenya

Just signed up to Strave on a trial to access the training plans and was amazed to find they are not integrated into the app, they may as well not exist! 

So many other apps have this as standard, I really hope this is on the product roadmap, big miss for the Strava team.

Mt. Kenya

Complete management of "gear" from mobile (from strava application).

Would be good if It is possible to edit the "gear" of each bike separately (chain, tire, hub general, stb..., etc.) and it possible if to temporarily put them out of use. (for example, those who use multiple chains on a bicycle) would be a useful feature.

Mt. Kenya

Same here. Very dissapointing thy're not sync with the app. How can they expect us to go back and forth lob in through the website..? Please fix this Strava.

Mt. Kenya

Why is there so much difference between mobile and web app regarding data shown.
Where on web app i can find my avg power or similar data, that is on mobile literally first thing you see in activity summary?
Why we cannot see pace distribution in race only some "strava" pace distribution, not let see 1k avg’s etc.

Mt. Kenya

Hi agree with everyone else. This would be a great feature. It's a bit of a pain to log onto computer just for that.

Mt. Kenya

This has been driving me crazy! I was actually going to cancel my subscription!

My issue was my rowing Goals from the iOS app not being visible by browser. I guess these are 2 totally different softwares 😅

At least I now understand it's because of a missing feature (this is a bug IMO - unexpected behaviour 😉 )