Manage Followers and Block Athletes

From your profile page, you can easily manage your current followers from the "Following" tab. 

Non-Followers

Blocked Athletes

  • Cannot see the start time of your activity.
  • Cannot see gear attached to your ride.
  • If you have Enhanced Privacy on, non-followers have additional restrictions. See this section for more information.
  • Removes him/her from your list of followers.
  • Removes yourself from his/her followers and their Activity Feed.
  • Prevents him/her from following you again, seeing your Profile details, or activity details.
  • Someone you've blocked will be able to see your activity entry in public areas like segment leaderboards, club feeds, and segment explore however the blocked athlete will not be able to access your activity or profile page if they click on your entry.


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Remove a follower

“Remove” a follower simply removes him/her from your list of followers but allows him/her to follow or request to follow you in the future. 

  • Go to your list of followers, which you can access from the 'Following Me' tab at your profile page (shown below)
  • Find the follower that you'd like to remove. Hover over the gray "Following" button and select "Unfollow" when the button turns orange. 
 

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Block an athlete that's already following you

  • Go to your list of followers, which you can access from the 'Following Me' tab on your profile page. 
  • Find the follower that you'd like to remove. Click on their name to go to their profile page. Click the gear icon next to their name and select "block athlete."

 Block an athlete that's not following you

  • Find the follower that you'd like to block and click on their name to go to their profile page.
  • Click the gear icon and select "Block Athlete." If the Athlete that you'd like to block doesn't follow you, you can find the same 'gear' icon next to that Athlete's name on their profile page.
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