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ADawson
Shkhara
Status: Archived

I really like to monitor my weekly totals (either distance or time) at a glance using my profile. But due to work my training week doesn't follow the standard Monday through to Sunday and therefore my Strava weekly total doesn't actually match my training week total as my training week straddles the half of the week before and half of the following week. It would be really useful if we could manually choose which day to start/end the week. For example, for my profile to calculate my weekly total from Wednesday to Wednesday. Thank you.

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Status changed to: Gathering Kudos
Bryant
Moderator Moderator
Moderator

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


KBryant24
STRAVA | Community Hub Team

Js1
Mt. Kenya

Let the user set the first day of the week for activities, personal goals, weekly totals. My run week starts on Tues and ends on Monday, due to my work schedule.  I end up having to pen and paper my own totals, which defeats the purpose of paying for this.  I’m sure there are many who have this issue.

hceeare
Mt. Kenya

I live and train in the Middle East and our working week starts on Sunday, not Monday.  Weekends are Thu-Sat and most competitions on a Friday or Saturday.  Therefore I’d like the option to have my Strava week start on a Sunday, not Monday as currently.  

PT-Flo
Mt. Kenya

My training week instead of ending on a Sunday ends on a Saturday and always starts with a long run on Sunday. It would be helpful if I could manually change my week to start on a Sunday so that my mileage and graph were accurate, instead of having to calculate my mileage myself and having my graph be messed up by Strava only starting the week on Monday.

mmimahdy
Mt. Kenya

great idea 👍

OscarGreen
Mt. Kenya

Absolutely necessary! Much of the world starts their week on Sunday so that makes sense to make that an option.

SDijk
Mt. Kenya

Ik zou graag zien dat er een optie komt om je sportweek te laten starten op zondag, in plaats van maandag 
Zo kun je bepaalde apps voor sporten of uitrusting gelijk laten lopen met je sportweek op Strava.
Nu loopt een sportweek van maandag tot zondag.

TRANSLATION: I would like to see an option to start your sports week on Sunday, instead of Monday
This way you can have certain apps for sports or equipment coincide with your sports week on Strava.
A sports week now runs from Monday to Sunday.

Status changed to: Archived
Jane
Moderator Moderator
Moderator

Hello. We wanted to let you know that your idea submission from November of 2022 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.  

We want to thank you for taking the time to submit your idea and we look forward to your continued contributions to the Strava Community.  


Jane (she/her)
STRAVA | Community Hub Team

Mandrusier
Shkhara

Why cant users customize which day the week starts on,

Not everyone wants the week to start on Monday, I for one and I believe most people want the week to start on sunday, or we should just be giving the option to choose which day we want 

Give us the option please !

Please add this to settings Strava !

greenrunner
Shkhara

I really wish I was able to start my week on Sunday rather than Monday. It's how I've been training for two decades. It's how my personal logbooks are organized. It's the number one reason I am not subscribed to Strava - the data is kind of meaningless when I have to re-transcribe it all to an external spreadsheet before I can assess weekly progress. My weekly long runs fairly often rotate between Sundays and Mondays, but they are always at the start of the week, and this leads to some weeks appearing to have high or low mileage when in reality it is far more balanced.