When I review a statistic of an activity I see the graph with the movement time.
Is it possible choose also effective time passed? This time is more accurate with hiking activity
Or also time of the day...
Hi @drazde do you mean that you wish to toggle between moving time and elapsed time for walks/hikes on the activity detail page analysis graph? Can you please also elaborate on why this is important? Thanks!
Hi, thanks for your reply
hiking isn't a race or workout, the speed could be slow and many times movement time are very different from reality.
Sometimes I view my passate activitys for planning the same route or little bit different. I would like have the real time I have spend in the past for that activities for planning more precisly the times of walk
I would like choose the type of time: total time or movement time
Thanks for elaborating and clarifying your suggestion. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.
When importing activities from my watch, Strava recomputes the movement time. For hikes it is often much shorter than the real time, since I think steep slow passages are treated as no movement.
My workaround for now is to mark everything as run/race, since then it takes the full duration of the imported file without altering it. Could a checkbox be added, to explicitly disable this recomputation for an activity?
Same for the recomputation for the elevation, and elevation gain.
Referring to the original post, I think actually the default should be the elapsed time. Movement time is wrong for 90% of my hikes.
Alternatively, when computing the movement time, the cut for speed must be much lower.
Or one could cut out times with no movement at all, i.e. if the position did not change by more than 20 over a long time. But I would not remove long durations of slow movement time like 2km/h, since that can happen easily on a steep hike, or when climbs are involved.
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