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Pico de Orizaba
Status: Archived

If you are looking for an activity to which you have also added a photo, you first have to browse through all the photos to hopefully find that one photo if it is still among the last 100 photos.
You can also only see 1 photo at a time. So if it were the 100th photo, you have already clicked on the arrow quite a few times.
If you were to see a list with all examples, such as you get with Google when you search for images/ photos, you can easily find a photo and because of that also that activity.
Would there also be a filter so that you can also search by date and possibly country, because you know the photo was taken in, for example, France and not your homecountry, it would be great. As well as no max of the last 100 photos added.


You can scroll through photos a lot faster on mobile, especially if you set the viewing mode to Grid. But yes, the website makes it quite painful.

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos

Thanks for submitting your idea. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.
@zecanard makes a really good point that the grid view on mobile is a lot more practical for finding a specific image.

It would be great if there was no max of 100 photos on the mobile app. Id love to see all of my photos. 

Status changed to: Archived
Moderator Moderator

Hello. We wanted to let you know that your idea submission from last year will be archived. While this idea is interesting, we don’t have any immediate plans to implement this and currently aren’t able to prioritize this idea.

Please note that your feedback is valuable to Strava. As stated in our Community Idea Guidelines, we receive many idea submissions each week, and realistically, there may be various reasons that prevent us from including an idea on our Product Roadmap.  

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STRAVA | Community Hub Team