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Status: Gathering Kudos


Strava should introduce a new feature called "Weekly Segment Goals" that encourages users to set achievable goals each week.

Users could select a segment that they want to focus on for the week, and then set a target time that they want to achieve on that segment.

Throughout the week, Strava could track their progress and provide feedback on how close they are to achieving their goal. At the end of the week, users could see how they did and if they met their goal. As the weather's not great so when I'm out cycling I'm not hitting my PB but I'm still improving ride after ride 

This feature would encourage users to focus on short-term goals, rather than always striving for their personal best. It would also help users see more consistent improvement and progress over time, rather than just a few standout performances.

Status changed to: New Idea
Moderator Moderator

Hi @Adstur 

Thanks for posting about this.  We do have segment filters you can use to see your best segment time over different time periods:  All time, today, this week and this month.  You can also select a "This Year" filter on the side.  


 Those filters allow to see your best time on a given segment during the time period selected.

Jane (she/her)
STRAVA | Community Hub Team


Hey @Adstur I'd also like to point out that it's possible to set segment specific goals from the website, you select the segment in question and your goal time, as well as a deadline to achieve it by. You can read more about it here.

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos

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